VIRTUAL PRE-SYMPOSIUM WEBINAR
Competency-based learning is informed by learner data. But what happens to competency achievement data when a learner transitions between schools, higher education, and into the workforce? A secure, unified record is needed which reflects the skills learners have mastered. Foundations, standards groups, and government agencies have joined forces in developing models for a comprehensive learner record and a network of competencies that span institutions to support a lifetime of learning.
- Know the different kinds of competency frameworks including state standards, learning objectives, and job qualifications and how to find and use them.
- Be familiar with Interoperable Learner Records (ILR), Comprehensive Learner Records (CLR), and how they reference competency frameworks.
- Learn which organizations are developing content and technology to support lifelong competency-based learning and how to participate.