Washington, D.C. (August 25, 2016) – On Thursday, September 29, 2016 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. ET, the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) is hosting a Special Edition webinar to examine the current state of competency education and identify emerging issues across the field.
Schools and districts across the United States are realizing the shortcomings of the traditional seat-time based K-12 system and demanding more for their students. As a result, many leaders and practitioners are making the shift to competency-based education and designing new, personalized learning opportunities to better prepare students for college and 21st-century careers.
Join this webinar to hear CompetencyWorks co-founders and competency-based education experts Susan Patrick and Chris Sturgis reflect on the current state of competency-based education. Help identify the field’s emerging issues and provide insights to inform the future direction of competency-based education.
Susan Patrick, President and CEO of iNACOL, said, “As the field of competency-based education expands and evolves, it is important to reflect on how far we’ve come, where we are today, and where the field is going to generate the undeniable momentum to transform K-12 education.”
This webinar is free to attend-participants are invited to register here for final details and login information.
- Susan Patrick, President and CEO of iNACOL, Co-Founder of CompetencyWorks
- Chris Sturgis, Principal of MetisNet, Co-Founder of CompetencyWorks
The mission of the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) is to catalyze the transformation of K-12 education policy and practice to advance powerful, personalized, learner-centered experiences through competency-based, blended and online learning. iNACOL is a non-profit organization focusing on research, developing policy for student-centered education to ensure equity and access, developing quality standards for emerging learning models using competency-based, blended and online education, and supporting the ongoing professional development of classroom, school, and district leaders for new learning models. Visit our website, like us on Facebook, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow us on twitter.