- The Art and Science of Designing Competencies brings together insights from a number of leading practitioners from around the country. Listen to the voices of innovators as they share their insights and lessons learned on how to build powerful competencies, engage teachers, and integrate lifelong learning competencies.
- Competency Works offers access to multiple resources, including a WIKI for competency-based education.
- Competency Based Education and Content Standards This resource provides definitions, components, and characteristics of competency-based education as well as integration of competencies with content standards, mapping of competencies, and resources.
- Habits of Mind: A great resource for addressing the 18 habits identified as needed by all students to be successful
- Introductory Resources for Competency - Competency Works shares these three resources to introduce to your staff and community:
- It’s Not a Matter of Time: highlights the key issues from the proceedings at the March 2011 Competency-Based Learning Summit for advancing competency-based learning. A five-part working definition is introduced to drive innovations toward high quality educational experiences for students.
- Making Mastery Work - A Close-Up View of Competency Education The authors provide a window into the state-of-art strategies in New England and across the country. The report documents each school's experiences, highlighting the key components, benefits, and challenges of the work already completed - and left to do.
- Putting Students at the Center: This reference guide from the Nellie Mae Education Foundation delves deep into the principles of student-centered learning, and explains how they can be implemented to ensure that all students are prepared to succeed in college and beyond.
- QED Foundation is a great resource for addressing the journey and passion of students in their learning.
- Re-Inventing Schools is part of the Marzano resources focused on teaching for learning for students' success and future.
- The Right Work to Do: This blog on Competency Works website shares why and how for competency-based education.
- States Loosening Seat Time Requirements: Sean Cavanagh shares how a growing numbers of states are starting to award academic credit based on what students know - not how much time they spend learning it.
This page was updated on December 8, 2016. Please contact Lou Howell with additional URLs.