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These resources were co-designed through a partnership between the Competency Based Learning experts at reDesign and 2Revolutions.

reDesign is an education design company with a social mission. Its team collaborates with clients on projects that push the envelope of vision and design, reimagining what teaching and learning can be, particularly for the most vulnerable and marginalized youth in our society. reDesign has particular expertise with Competency Based and Mastery Learning and has worked with districts, networks, and schools throughout the country to develop aligned learning systems. The reDesign team has also developed extensive open-source resources on Competency Based and Mastery Learning and are key thought leaders in the field.

2Revolutions (2Rev) is a national education design lab striving to transform the American education system. 2Rev works with entrepreneurial leaders and practitioners within K12 and Higher Education to design, build, and implement new learning models and help catalyze the enabling systems that prepare students for success in the future. In its work with educators, 2Rev provides in-person, blended, and online learning experiences on a range of Future of Learning topics, including Competency Based Learning. 

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LEARNING PROGRESSION

Competency Based Learning Learning Progression: Self-assess your ability to apply Competency Based Learning principles to classroom practices.

COURSES

The What and Why of Competency Based Learning: In the past decade, Competency Based Learning practices have spread throughout the country as communities have worked to transform education systems to ensure they prepare all students for college, career, and life. Use this course to learn how to define, envision, and advocate for Competency Based Learning.

Competency Frameworks: The Blueprint of Your Learning System: Explore this course if you have some conceptual understanding of Competency Based Learning and want to learn how competencies work in practice. Throughout the course, you will learn how to use and evaluate components of a competency framework, including competency statements, academic standards, 21st century skills and dispositions, and learning progressions.

The 60/40 Rule: Designing Competency Based Curriculum: Have you ever wondered: What makes Competency Based curriculum so different from traditional curriculum? How can I push my own course design and planning to my next level? This course introduces you to a Competency Based Learning curriculum design methodology, which you will practice by designing a unit of study that purposefully develops and nurtures learner agency, inquiry, and competency.