Search Results for: north dakota – Page 2

KnowledgeWorks works alongside teachers, school district leaders and communities to provide competency-based education implementation support and to assist in the scaling of a personalized, competency-based learning system tailored to each learning community.

Resource: Article

A High School Senior’s Testimony to the North Dakota House Education Committee in Favor of SB 2186

High school senior Dawson Schefter from North Dakota testified to the House Education Committee in support of a bill promoting personalized learning.
A little Black child in rain boots and bib overalls crouches over a raised garden bed, planting starts.

Resource: Article

Empowering College and Career Pathways with Competency-aligned Policy Changes

Policy changes in North Dakota allowed this program to offer new, transformative learning experiences for students. What can other states do?
a diploma leans on a graduation hat on top of a wooden table.

Resource: Stories from the Field

A Different Path to a Diploma

By taking GED tests where they need credit, North Dakota students can earn their high school diploma.

Resource: Stories from the Field

Home Visits Flip the Script on Parent Engagement

Learn how one North Dakota teacher started building relationships with her students with home visits before the start of the school year.
Educators at this North Dakota district wanted students and teachers alike to connect with their hopes for each graduate in a real, actionable way.

Resource: Stories from the Field

How Aligning Student of the Month Criteria to Your Portrait of a Graduate Increases Transparency

Educators at this North Dakota district wanted students and teachers alike to connect with their hopes for each graduate in a real, actionable way.
learners at a long table and an educator leans over the table talking to one of the learners

Resource: Stories from the Field

Shifting the Thinking to Learners with Authentic Voice and Choice

Authentic student voice and choice is about helping students understand themselves as learners.
Cyan, purple, orange and yellow circles and lines twisted together over a navy blue background

Resource: Article

Traditional Classroom Management Versus Student-centered Classroom Management

What’s the difference between traditional and student-centered classroom management and why does it matter?
Three elementary-aged students of Asian descent sit at a table examining a model of muscle and nerves

Resource: Article

Personalized, competency-based learning needs student-centered classroom management. Here’s why.

Use this list to guide practices in your school or classroom.
Illustration of diverse group of adults running joyfully outside on the grass

Page

Introducing the 23/24 Leading Change Network Leadership Team

Network leadership and committee roles for PreK-12 personalized, competency-based learning leaders
When we partner with learning communities, one of the first steps we take is supporting the development of a shared vision.

Page

Building a Shared Vision

Portrait of a young female doctor wearing a blue coat posing in a dentist office with medical equipment in the background

Resource: Article

Redesigning High School Around Competency-Based Education and Pathways at Kettle Moraine

This charter school avoided restrictive state policies to implement competency-based learning.
At KnowledgeWorks, we’ve seen the impact personalized, competency-based learning has had in the lives of teachers and students.

Page

Menu

Search