Competency-Based Education implies leaving behind the A-F grading scale and designing instruction that includes explicit, measurable, transferable learning objectives to empower students with specificity in their learning and at its best, enables them to move at their own pace (often coupled with personalized learning). It also emphasizes the same departure of other modern pedagogy in that students create knowledge and the ability to use that knowledge going forward. This topic impacts credentialing, mastery and assessment.
The beauty of literature rests in the possibilities of counter, alter, and micro-narratives that can relay the importance of inclusion to its readers. Here's how literature guides can help learners develop racial-cultural literacy.
KnowledgeWorks engaged with more than 60 new and diverse stakeholders to create the 2020 edition of the Educator Competencies; a new resource toolkit for educators.
Shifting to a learner-centered design frame of mind is becoming more crucial in order to adapt to learners changing educational needs. Here are ways to ensure you are putting the learner first.