Vision and action : reinventing schools through personalized competency-based education / Charles M. Reigeluth, Jennifer R. Karnopp. (Text)Call no.: LC1032 .R454 2020Publication: Bloomington, IN : Marzano Resources, c2020Description: x, 259 p. : illISBN: 9781943360185; 1943360189Subject(s): Competency-based education -- United StatesIndividualized instruction -- United StatesEducational change -- United StatesLOC classification: LC1032 | .R454 2020
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Competency-based education -- Learner-centered instruction -- Restructured curriculum -- New roles -- A nurturing culture -- New organizational structures -- The principles in action -- Overview of the change process -- Change process for a district -- Change process for an independent school.
In Vision and Action: Reinventing Schools Through Personalized Competency-Based Education, authors Charles M. Reigeluth and Jennifer R. Karnopp provide readers with a comprehensive guide to the personalized, competency-based system of education, its numerous benefits, and its implementation. This book acknowledges the challenge of transforming to a PCBE system but asserts the necessity of implementing PCBE as the system most capable of preparing students for life in the post-industrial age. The authors explain that PCBE must be implemented at all levels of education and among all school stakeholders in order to succeed. Therefore, this book is broken into two complementary and digestible aspects-vision and process. Readers will learn to define their vision of PCBE and proactively design a complete, holistic model. Next, they will learn how to realize that vision and implement the system fully throughout their schools and district. In this book, readers will find all of the knowledge and strategies they need to overcome the challenges of the change process and succeed in bringing the sorely needed PCBE system to their students and schools.