Virtual School Meanderings

February 4, 2017

Learn How to Build Your CBE Program in Five Easy Lessons

Another item from Wednesday’s inbox…

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CBE 201: Build Your CBE Program
in Five Easy Lessons

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Hi Michael,
Chances are, you’ve heard of competency-based education (CBE) and now have a good understanding of the fundamentals.
But, do you feel ready to create a CBE program for your institution? And, do you know the key factors to consider in making it successful? If not, you’re not alone. That’s why we’re offering five easy lessons that can help!
Sign up for the new CBE 201 series (a follow-up to the successful CBE 101 series), where you’ll learn everything you need to know about creating a CBE program in five lessons. A new lesson will be delivered straight to your inbox each week, for you to read at your convenience.
Find out what it takes to build a successful CBE program so you can meet the needs of your diverse learners.
You’ll learn about:
1. Accreditation and legislative factors impacting CBE
2. How to map your competencies
3. Different ways to assess competencies
4. How to design a CBE course
5. CBE literature review

Register now to learn more about the practical steps for executing CBE at your institution.

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