Research-Supported Principles for Proficiency-Based Learning

  • Feb 10, 2015

Rather than being a stand-alone specific school intervention, we believe Proficiency-Based Learning (PBL) is actually the sum of a series of well-known and research-supported practices. When combined and implemented in a thoughtful manner, PBL practices like assessing and reporting learning by standards, providing just-in-time interventions and supports, and disaggregating Habits of Work from content-specific knowledge and skills are supported by the literature.
During this webinar, we will share the Great Schools Partnership’s approach and principles for proficiency-based learning and align these with support from current studies. We will also share strategies for engaging in conversations around these principles to help build a shared understanding and inform the implementation of proficiency-based learning in your schools.

Kate Gardoqui, Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
Mark Kostin, Associate Director, Great Schools Partnership

Date: Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Time: 3:00–4:00 p.m. EST

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