School Leader/Teacher Input

A CBE implementation is impossible without the buy-in of these critical stakeholders.

Resources

Kettle Moraine School District – Sharing with the Community

A CBE implementation is strengthened with the buy-in of these critical stakeholders.

Type: Play | District: Kettle Moraine School District

 


Lindsay Unified School District – Inviting Stakeholders to the Table

A CBE implementation is impossible without the buy-in of these critical stakeholders.

Type: Play | District: Lindsay Unified School District

 


Pascack Valley Regional High School District – Leveraging Survey Data

A CBE implementation is strengthened with the buy-in of these critical stakeholders.


Pascack Valley Regional High School District – Developing a Vision Collaboratively

This play shows that a CBE implementation is strengthened with the buy-in of these critical stakeholders. It also shows the benefits of rethinking the way we define the demonstration of knowledge can be a helpful way to prove mastery.


5 Things for Big Districts to Think About »

Blog post detailing five critical considerations districts should make as they implement a competency model.

Type: Resource | This link leads to an external website.

 


Building a Movement from Within »

A blog post detailing the momentum built for a competency-model when teachers were empowered to design their own solutions.

Type: Resource | This link leads to an external website.

 


Support for Teachers in a Competency Education School »

Blog post by a school principal explaining three key areas of teacher support for a successful competency implementation.

Type: Resource | This link leads to an external website.

 


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