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Recommended Resources on Competency-Based Education from Folks Doing the Work

CompetencyWorks Blog

Author(s): Chris Sturgis

Issue(s): Issues in Practice, Learn Lessons from the Field

Jeremiah Newell, MAEF

Once upon a time, there was only one book, Delivering on the Promise, where you could find an explanation of competency-based education (although they didn’t call it that in Chugach). Now there are more resources than anyone can possibly read while still doing your day job. Below are a number of resources prepared for a panel on the Journey Towards Competency-Based Progressions with Jeremiah Newell, Mobile Area Education Foundation, Chip Linehan, Building 21, and Nate McClennen, Teton Science Schools, at the New Schools Venture Fund Summit. I always value the recommendations from practitioners and want to share them with others. I’ve also added the growing list of books on competency-based education as well.

Chip Linehan and Nate McClenne

Books on Competency-Based Education

From CompetencyWorks (just in case you haven’t seen them)

What are your favorite resources or the ones that were most impactful to understanding and implementing personalized, competency-based education? Let us know!