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Lessons from COVID-19: How Competency-Based Education Provided for Continuity of Learning in Three North Carolina Schools and Is Shaping the Path Forward
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A VIRTUAL PRE-SYMPOSIUM WEBINAR
Many schools and districts struggled to shift to online learning during the COVID-19 crisis in early 2020. Key issues included equitable access to technology and overall student engagement. Similar to other competency-based schools across the country, competency-based education helped three North Carolina schools rapidly shift to online learning for all students with a high level of engagement. Join us to hear from K-12 students and school leaders about lessons learned and what’s next as they look to the future.
- Learn how specific aspects of competency-based education and personalized learning provide for flexibility in how instruction is delivered by teachers and experienced by students.
- Discuss and share ideas for transitions to online and distance learning focused on personalization and student engagement.
- Understand the role of equity in implementation and in adaptation to instructional practices for personalized learning and competency-based education.
- Laura Knapp, Alliance Manager, REL SE, Regional Education Lab Southeast | @REL_SE
- Kelley Johnson, Lead Learner/Principal, Innovation Academy at South Campus, Johnston County Public Schools | @kelleydjohnson
- Alissa Cheek, Principal, Tri-County Early College High School | @tcec1
- Deborah Brown, Associate Director, Middle School, The Exploris School | @DeborahBrownNC