New Hampshire is a national leader in the Competency-Based Learning movement, having piloted CBL practices in the late 1990’s and moving, as a State, to universal expectations for Competency-Based Learning beginning in 2009. New Hampshire is engaged with the United States Education Department in a first-in-the-nation Competency-Based Learning assessment program known as PACE – Performance Assessment … More Competency-Based Learning – Another New Hampshire Advantage
Originally published on May 8, 2017 at competencyworks.org Making the shift to a competency-based and personalized model of education is a process that can be daunting to educators, especially those who work in a very traditional system. Last July I made the move from being the principal of a nationally recognized Professional Learning Community at … More Connecting the Dots: Aligning Efforts to Support Teachers and Students in New Hampshire
After the success of our first two Studios – at Parker-Varney and Pittsfield Elementary – we’re excited to announce we’re back with a new round of cutting edge learning environments that enable and foster personalization, competency-based progressions, demonstration of mastery, and learner voice, choice, and autonomy. We’ve listened to your feedback and shifted as necessary … More Spring Innovation Studios Are Here!