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Webinar: Re-Engineering for Competency Education: Information Technology Design Consideration

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Re-Engineering for Competency Education: Information Technology Design Considerations

 

Link to webinar is here

 

Link to powerpoint presentation is here.

 

Competency-based learning is fundamental to design of new learning models that are student-centered and personalized.  While competency-based learning or standards-based learning has been an important concept for student-centered learning for decades, not until now did the capability for intelligent information systems -- content management systems, learning management platforms, student information systems, and next generation gradebooks that are competency-based and e-portfolio ready -- exist to help manage these loads of data on how student demonstrated proficiencies.

 

Join Liz Glowa, the author of Re-Engineering for Competency Education: Information Technology Design Considerations for a discussion on how we can re-engineer data systems from teacher-centric, course-based instructional models to student-centered, competency-based learning models.  Glowa will provide an overview of her findings with time for participants to ask questions and share their insights.  

 

In preparation for the webinar we hope that you will review Re-Engineering for Competency Education: Information Technology Design Considerations (to be released January 2013) and Section IV in Making Mastery Work: A Close-Up View of Competency Education.

 

Speaker:  Liz Glowa is a national expert on the design and pedagogy of K-12 online learning with an emphasis on 21st Century instructional strategies and the use of instructional technology for diverse groups of learners

 

 

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