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The New Education Model
M-SAMC presents “The New Education Model," a 9-part original series on competency-based education.
Featuring Dr. Tracy Pierner, Vice President of Academic Affairs for Career and Technical Programs at Henry Ford College, the series looks at transitioning the classroom to a competency-based learning environment.
Part 1: Advantages of Competency-Based Education
In this first video, Dr. Pierner shares some advantages of competency-based education.
Part 2: Implementing Competency-Based Education
In this second video, Dr. Pierner shares insights about implementing competency-based education.
Part 3: Competency-Based Education – Affects on Students
In this third video, Dr. Pierner shares insights about the affects of competency-based education on students.
Part 4: Competency-Based Education – Industry Advantages
In this fourth video, Dr. Pierner shares why competency-based education is important to industry.
Part 5: Competency-Based Education - Partnering with Industry
In this fifth video, Dr. Pierner discusses why industry partnerships are important to the implementation of competency-based education.
Part 6: Competency-Based Education - Learning Tactics
In this sixth video, Dr. Pierner discusses competency-based education learning tactics, including having a flexible delivery format.
Part 7: The Importance of Open Labs and Flexible Delivery
In this seventh video, Dr. Pierner discusses open labs and retouches on the importance of flexible delivery to a competency-based education model.
Part 8: Engagement Intervals - "Touch Points"
In this eighth video, Dr. Pierner shares why it's important to set 15-minute student engagement intervals within an open lab.
Part 9: Competency-Based Education - Importance of Curriculum
Dr. Pierner wraps up "The New Education Model" series with this final video, retouching on curriculum as the key to successfully implementing competency-based education.
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