Meeting Students Where They Are: Competency-Based Pedagogy that Works for Remote and In-Person Learning.

We’ve teamed up with two amazing leaders at Círculos High School, Santa Ana Unified School District to lead a conversation on competency-based teaching and learning for remote and in-person.

This moment is bringing into sharp focus the need to meet learners where they are, engage them, support them in increasing their core competencies, and create strongly inclusive learning communities that center learners’ lived experiences and prioritize a feeling of connectedness.

This session introduces a model for learner-centered communities, and digs into a framework for personalized, competency-based pedagogical practice. Explore the research and two high-leverage pedagogical practices: learner-to-learner discussion and feedback and conferencing. Consider how the core practices can be implemented in your learning settings across diverse roles, whether teacher, instructional coach, or educational leader.

Complete the form on this page by Monday at 11 am ET/8 am PT to join the convening.

You can also join the same fabulous Círculos-reDesign crew for a post-symposium session to dig into Designing Engaging, Purposeful, Rigorous Tasks for Remote and In-Person Learning – November 12, 2-3:30 pm ET.

How’s that for a bonus?!