Derwin discusses CBE’s challenges, opportunities
Ellen Baker Derwin, interim assistant vice chancellor for curriculum and assessment and associate dean in the School of Arts and Sciences, joined in a panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities surrounding competency-based education (CBE) while at National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessments (NILOA) sessions in Indianapolis, Indiana, this week.
Derwin and her co-presenters, Deborah Seymour and Paul Lingenfelter, presented “Competency-Based Education: Has This Idea’s Time Come?” as part of the Assessment Institute. Lingenfelter, who is president emeritus of State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO), introduced the overarching themes and moderated the session. Seymour, who is the assistant vice president for education attainment and innovation for the American Council on Education, addressed national studies and policy issues. Derwin talked about the “real life” example of CBE at Brandman University. More than 75 people attended the session.
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