[Itech] Fwd: EmergingEdTech: Competency Based Education (the Next Game Changer) - Can it Succeed (Part 2 of 2)?

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Tue Mar 18 12:32:15 EDT 2014

Hello Graduates,

This is going to be the next change in higher ed as MOOCs push against
universities for credit courses.  Thought you should take a look at this!

Dr. Franklin

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Subject: EmergingEdTech: Competency Based Education (the Next Game Changer)
- Can it Succeed (Part 2 of 2)?
To: Teresa Franklin <franklit at ohio.edu>

 *Competency Based Education (the Next Game Changer) - Can it Succeed (Part
2 of 2)?*


  PART 2
 Competency, Proficiency, Mastery ... by any Name These Programs Offer
Exciting Potential for Education.
In Sunday's article, we briefly considered the exciting potential of
Competency Based Education, examined a definition of it, and considered
some of the hurdles and barriers it must overcome to evolve into a larger
scale success. Today we take a look at a couple of early pioneers of CBE
and consider forward steps in its progress.

A number of schools in the U.S. have been working with various approaches
to Competency Based Learning (at time referred to with other monikers, such
as Proficiency-Based, Performance-Based, and Mastery Learning) ...

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