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Episode 19: Competency-based Education

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In this episode, we chat with Rose Colby, who is involved in a number of different initiatives at the state and national level concerning competency-based education. We ask Rose exactly what people mean when they’re discussing competency-based education, and how a shift to such a model can take place with the facilitation of technology. We also chat briefly about an exciting pilot project in New Hampshire aimed at assessing competency-based learning systems and how such a project might shape the movement going forward. Be sure to read more about the PACE program, take a look at Rose’s book, and follow her on Twitter at @rose_rosecolby.

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