Item request has been placed! ×
Item request cannot be made. ×
loading  Processing Request
Academic Journal

Exploring K-12 Competency-Based Education Implementation in the Northeast States

Subjects: Elementary Secondary Education; Competency Based Education; Curriculum ImplementationConnecticut; Maine; Massachusetts

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v103 n4 p300-329 Dec 2019. 30 pp.

  • Abstract: This exploratory study uses data from 413 principals to examine whether and how competency-based education has been implemented in the Northeast states and the extent to ... As Provided

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Does Top-Down, Standards-Based Reform Work? A Review of the Status of Statewide Standards-Based Reform.

Subjects: Competency Based Education; Educational Change; Elementary Secondary EducationGoals 2000

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v84 n612 p57-65 Jan 2000.

  • Abstract: The current state-dominated standards movement originated in the 1983 "Nation at Risk" report. Five different types of standards are usually considered when developing a standards-based school ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Professional Development for Implementing Standards: Experimentation, Dilemma Management, and Dialogue.

Subjects: Academic Standards; Competency Based Education; Experiments

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v81 n590 p65-73 Sep 1997.

  • Abstract: Administrators can structure successful transitions to standards-based curriculum and performance assessment. By thinking about this reform initiative's implications, building opportunities for thoughtful experimentation and dialogue, ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Work Standards: Why We Need Standards for Instructional and Assessment Design.

Subjects: Academic Standards; Competency Based Education; Curriculum Design

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v81 n590 p56-64 Sep 1997.

  • Abstract: Setting high standards will not cause excellent student performance. Standards must be set for the everyday work teachers expect of students. Work-design standards are needed ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Do We Need New National Standards in Mathematics and Science?

Subjects: Academic Achievement; Academic Standards; Achievement TestsNational Assessment of Educational Progress

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v81 n590 p48-55 Sep 1997.

  • Abstract: The 1996 National Assessment of Educational Progress showed progress in all three grade levels compared with 1990 and 1992 studies. The national standards developed by the National Council ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

National and State Standards: The Problems and the Promise.

Subjects: Academic Standards; Competency Based Education; Controversial Issues (Course Content)

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v81 n590 p26-41 Sep 1997.

  • Abstract: Although most teachers are aware of documents identifying standards in their subject areas, few know about "external" standards documents or the standards movement as a ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

The Standards Movement and the Emperor's New Clothes.

Subjects: Academic Standards; Change Strategies; Competency Based Education

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v81 n590 p21-25 Sep 1997.

  • Abstract: Many would-be reformers have become so entranced with educational standards that they fail to recognize accompanying problems, such as optimal generality and subordination levels. There ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Today Standards--Tomorrow Success.

Subjects: Academic Achievement; Academic Standards; AccountabilityColorado

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v81 n590 p7-11 Sep 1997.

  • Abstract: Membership in the worldwide community means that students must possess globally competitive skills. In 1993, the author and the Colorado General Assembly worked to pass a ...

Record details

×
Academic Journal

Improving America's Schools through Standards-Based Education. Introduction.

Subjects: Academic Achievement; Academic Standards; Accountability

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v81 n590 p1-6 Sep 1997.

  • Abstract: At the fall 1996 Education Summit, 40 governors and 45 business leaders called for higher student achievement standards. This article provides some historical background for the standards-based education ...

Record details

×
Report

An Experience in Change: Evaluating an NASSP Alliance Project.

Subjects: Administrator Education; Case Studies; Competency Based Education

  • Source: NASSP Bulletin, v78 n559 p34-37 Feb 1994.

  • Abstract: This case study, conducted by a doctoral student in educational administration, indicates that Florida State University's Department of Educational Leadership is changing from a traditional ...

Record details

×
  • 1-10 of  36 results for "DE competency based education"