Best practices for assessment in competency-based education
In this session, learn how assessment in CBE differs from traditional assessment and what to consider when building a CBE assessment strategy.
Michael Moore is a Senior Advisory Consultant (Analytics) with D2L. Having worked for over twenty years in the software industry, Michael's created numerous customization solutions and focuses on analytics, assessment reporting, and competency-based education models. Previously a D2L higher education client, he managed the D2L Analytics implementation at Daytona State College for three years. Michael holds a master's degree in Computer Information Systems and a bachelor's degree in Accounting.
Unlike typical college courses, competency-based models award credit based on student learning, not time spent in class. However, the CBE model only works if an institution can provide regulators and employers with clear, concrete evidence that their competencies and assessments truly differentiate students who have mastered necessary material from those who have not. In this session, learn how assessment in CBE differs from traditional assessment and what to consider when building a CBE assessment strategy.