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Changing adult students’ lives with competency-based education
In the United States, there are an estimated 45 million adults 25 years old and older that have some college credit but no degree. Many of these adults are like Patrick Crawford, a 55-year-old Dunkin’ Donuts manager in Austin, Texas….
4 Things to consider when starting a CBE program
Special: Competency-based Education (CBE)
Traditional learning has always been a time-based industry. A student sits in a chair for hours listening to lectures in a “chalk and talk” approach. The credits are not given based on if the student has learned but if they…
Accessibility in E-Learning: what to know, what to avoid
Nowadays, we are living in a multicultural world, where globalization has provided us with the possibility to interact with people from all over the world and know about their ways of life, beliefs and customs. We are living in a…
Key points to develop a successful CBE program
A successful CBE (Competence-base Education) program1 should be able to offer students:
Bending towards Openness
When called upon to reflect on open standards in the ed tech industry, I’m compelled to start with an observation about my own experience of in the early years of the current industry expansion. As an executive at Pearson circa…
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