Assessing students in a meaningful way is paramount to their success in any learning environment, but especially powerful when directly tied to the competency statements that transcend a student’s time in course.
Pilot students are speeding toward their individual goals, thanks to a well-designed program with the Teton Science Schools, and the Learning Relationship Management technology that enables it.
In discussions on the challenges of implementing competency-based education, it’s become clear that CBE itself has the answers to most of the “problems” and roadblocks that are typically put up by people who don’t fully understand...
As a veteran educator, Maureen O’Dea sees two big challenges during the move to competency-based education: stakeholder acceptance and higher ed readiness.
How do we ensure that our students find their unique pathways to success immediately, a year from now, or ten years from now? There is no easy answer.
Dawn Mead, Adult and Continuing Education Coordinator, has spent the past seven years as part of the change leadership team for her district, leading the charge in the move to competency-based education.
If you’re looking for a good activity to engage your kids and still let them enjoy the thrill of video games, look no further than family coding night. Join in the fun and make that previous throwaway-video-game-time into a meaningful activity...
We recently shared a conversation with Gregory Elliott, Ph.D. about the concept of...
Interview with Gregory Elliott, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology at Brown University, on why a sense of “mattering” is so critical to student success.
Experiential learning allows students to learn by doing and engages learners in real-world authentic activities.
Competency-based education has gained momentum nationally in recent years as school districts struggled under No Child Left Behind, but since it’s repeal, there’s a clear path to success for every student.