This article looks at the remote learning experience of South Bronx Community Charter High School (SBC), a school launched in 2016 with a strong competency education approach. A mastery-based approach positioned them to make a smoother transition to remote learning.
The article discusses several strategies they continued to rely on strong relationships with advisors and project-based work. It also looks at the structures they used to deliver instruction remotely. This piece provides a strong argument for the many benefits to competency education and provides examples of ways to continue to nurture this approach during remote learning.
Source Organization: The Aurora Institute