What’s New in K-12 Competency Education

October 30, 2014 by

iNCL_CW_logo_K12CompetencyWorks released An International Study in Competency Education: Postcards from Abroad in October. You can access the archived webinar and additional resources here. We also just learned about the Common Ground Project based in Brussels, offering a slightly different way of framing competency education. (See Our Learning EcoSystem.)

Resources and Blogs

  • Growth vs Mastery is by Shayla Adams, a U.S. History teacher at Phelps Architecture, Construction and Engineering High School in Northeast Washington, D.C. The article appears on Blend My Learning.
  • Interested in brain science? Neuroscience & the Classroom was developed by the Annenberg Learner (thanks to Students at the Center for bringing this to our attention).

Update from States

  • North Carolina is showing interest in competency education. They are organizing a meeting, Preparing Educators for the Competency Learning Revolution, in December.

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