Summertime Reading Part 2: Case Studies

August 16, 2013 by

IMG_1422Ever wonder what specifically is happening in other schools that have incorporated competency education? Case studies are a great resource to learn about individual schools, their models, their challenges, their successes, etc. Below is a list of some case studies recently published on CompetencyWorks. For a more complete list, visit the wiki page on Case Studies.

Spaulding High: Creating A Comprehensive System of Supports

BDEA: Where Competency Education is A Good Teaching Practice

Ingenium Schools: A Big City Competency-Based School

Lindsay Unified — Design Elements

Visit to Yewlands School in UK Highlights Focus on Daily Learning Objectives

If Failure Is Not An Option Neither Are Supports
Check back soon to see a catch up list of reflections by principals and directors in competency-based schools. You can read Part 1 here.

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  1. Comment by Gary Chapin 12:23 am, August 22, 2013

    If you’re looking for case studies, and I do endorse your list, check out the Maine Department of Education Center for Best Practice (http://maine.gov/doe/cbp/case-studies/index.html). Five case studies of school districts and one of a regional collaborative. The newest one, “Sustained Change, Continuous Improvement,” was released this week. — Gary Chapin

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