What is competency-based education? In this interview, Learning House CEO Todd Zipper talks with Allison Barber, chancellor of Western Governors University Indiana, to talk about CBE: what it is, how it’s being used and what its future is.
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Education innovator John Katzman shared his predictions for the future of higher education, including what innovations will make a difference and how new types of credentials will be valued.
Higher education is changing, and understanding how and why this evolution is occurring will be critical for those institutions who want to stay ahead of the curve. The Connect 2016 Higher Education Summit will feature sessions on everything from trends in higher education to alternate pathways for degrees to who is studying online. Learn some of the highlights from the summit in this blog post.
Online higher education is no longer new, but it is evolving. A recent Credit Suisse report reveals the trends that are impacting higher education, including programs that work better online, a younger demographic, increasing globalization and a focus on job skills.
As enrollments decline, online higher education needs to evolve. From competency-based education to focusing on outcomes to NEST programs, here are six of the trends we predict will shape education in 2016.
From bootcamps to competency-based education, from enterprise partnerships to curated degrees, education is getting more specific, more specialized and more streamlined. How can institutions prepare for the future and ensure that they are staying relevant while also continuing to serve their core purpose of educating students? Here are 10 higher education trends I predict will be important in 2016.
Online learning isn’t new anymore, but it continues to evolve. Scott Jaschik, co-founder and editor of Inside Higher Ed, recently spoke about the future of higher education at Connect 2015,…
Competency-based education values the experience students bring to the classroom and measures mastery of concepts, providing an alternate path to degree completion. But how can traditional colleges and universities implement this new model, and what pitfalls need to be considered?