Build Your Knowledge in Five Easy Lessons
Are you interested in exploring how competency-based education (CBE) could impact your students? A study from the Nellie Mae Education Foundation and the American Institute for Research found several positive associations between students’ experiences of core CBE practices and positive changes in their learning capacities, including growth in intrinsic motivation, confidence, as well as self-management and study skills (source).
With those kinds of benefits, it might be tempting to jump on the CBE bandwagon, but you shouldn’t make the leap without first understanding the basics. That’s why we’ve developed CBE 101: Five Easy Lessons.
Each week, a new CBE lesson will be delivered straight to your inbox, for you to read at your convenience. We’ll help you understand the foundations of CBE, so you can keep building your knowledge from there.
Here’s what you can expect to learn:
- What is Competency-based Education (CBE)?
- Who is CBE for?
- How does CBE work?
- Where has CBE succeeded?
- When will I be ready for CBE?