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Keys to Effective Competency-Based Education

Date and time: Sunday, 6/8/2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: DOC 205
Description: Growing demands for accountability and accessibility

Increasingly diverse student populations

Technological innovations

Changing delivery models

A multitude of factors has colleges and universities everywhere rethinking teaching and learning.

Could competency-based education, or CBE, be part of what higher education needs to thrive in the 21st century?

Learn more about what CBE is, what it can do for you and your students, and how to implement it at your institution with Keys to Effective Competency-Based Education, a Magna Online Seminar with Dr. Sally M. Johnstone.

The term “competency-based education” refers to alternative credentialing strategies that allow students to progress through course materials at their own pace and demonstrate mastery through assessments, regardless of time spent in “class.”

Competency-based education is one of the hottest topics in higher education today.

This presentation will do more than explore what all the fuss is about—it will also show you how to prepare to successfully implement a CBE program on your campus.

Make sure you’re well informed about this key 21st-century trend by registering for Keys to Effective Competency-Based Education today!
Sponsor: Center for Teaching & Learning
Contact: Melissa Wilson, Coordinator
660-543-8528