[NHDOE-ETNews] ET News: Two Webinars from CompetencyWorks

Freeda, Stanley Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Mon Feb 25 14:55:25 EST 2013


Today on the ETNews Listserv

ITEM:  Two Webinars from CompetencyWorks

 

CompetencyWorks is pleased to present two webinars this week. It's not
too late to register and join in on the conversation...

Spanning the Grades: A Look at Elementary, Middle, and High School
Competency-Based Models (A Making Mastery Work Webinar)

Tuesday, February 26th

3:30p - 4:30p ET (register
<http://cl.s6.exct.net/?qs=1f4efae6850e8bb087f5c93a2b198afc1fcf0b7762e26
ee853f5081eb359f643> )

 

Join district and school leadership of MSAD 15 in Gray-New Gloucester,
ME for a conversation about their experience in implementing
proficiency-based education. Gray-New Gloucester began the process of
transforming their district to a student-centered, proficiency-based
model starting at the elementary school level. They then proceeded to
implement proficiency-based practices in their middle and high school.

 

Speakers:

*	Bruce Beasley, Superintendent, MSAD 15
*	Karen Caprio, Director of Curriculum and Staff Development, MSAD
15
*	Ephraim Weisstein, Consultant to the Proficiency-based Pathways
Project and co-author Making Mastery Work: A Close-Up View of Competency
Education

Re-Engineering Information Technology: Design Considerations for
Competency Education

 

Thursday, February 28th

3:00p - 4:00p (register
<http://cl.s6.exct.net/?qs=1f4efae6850e8bb05fee4025614f7911bbbf25e237738
617cd03127de25a20dd> )

Re-Engineering Information Technology: Design Considerations for
Competency Education - the latest briefing paper from CompetencyWorks -
analyzes and examines components and elements of effective
competency-based information systems. Join iNACOL's Susan Patrick and
Liz Glowa, the report's author, for a conversation based on interviews
and research behind the ideas in Re-Engineering Information Technology
to build upon the lessons learned in analyzing information systems
developed by competency education innovators, best practices of systemic
approaches to information management, and emerging opportunities.

 

Speakers:

*	Susan Patrick, President and CEO, iNACOL
*	Liz Glowa, Glowa Consulting

 

 

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