Monthly Archives: March 2016

Research&Practice: “Best practices”

I have continued to read and think/worry about “competency-based education,” which is gaining a lot of rhetorical momentum, and also some actual policy momentum, as it is being adopted at least as a goal in several states, is advocated by … Continue reading

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Micro-credentialing: In which I learn a new buzzword

Scanning the edublogosphere I visited Anthony Cody’s “Living in dialogue,” and found there his post (from last November!) on competency-based education. ¬†When I’d heard this term before, I associated it with “minimum competency testing,” much in vogue in years past … Continue reading

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What learning do we all need to do for the world that is emerging?

I have been working on a blog post on micro-credentialing, personalized learning, and related matters, but am forced by some recent developments to remember the context in which we are educating nowadays. First, I’m going to briefly introduce the news … Continue reading

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