THE OLD MAN AND THE KID

The Old Man is me. The Kid is my eight–year-old granddaughter Kyndall Faith Knight. The story was written from an experience during a family vacation in the East Tennessee Mountains last summer. ... Read More...

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FROM THE EDITOR

The 2015/2016 school year is all but done. So how’d you do? If you are reading this, you are most likely a principal, superintendent or other administrator at the district or local level. When w... Read More...

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STUDENT WELLNESS: INCLUDE BRAIN WELLBEING

In looking up information on student wellness, much of what I find on the Internet is all about healthy eating, social and emotional growth and physical activity. All of which I applaud and am gratef... Read More...

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THE PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE

Excellence will not attack our schools, communities, states or nation. When we began the No. 1 program at Conway High School on January 20, 1984, we committed to an all out quest focused on Excellen... Read More...

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MARCHING TOWARDS COMPETENCY Competency Based Learning: Instruction that Matches the Needs of Each Student

In theory, the choice is simple. Continue to implement a time-bound; age-based; one-size-fits-all curriculum-driven instructional model that has not served us well for many decades. Or choose to deve... Read More...

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COMPETENCY-BASED EDUCATION THE WORKING DEFINITION

The advocacy for competency-based education (CBE) has grown considerably in mainstream education over the last few years. Out from the shadows of alternative education, the idea that skills based mas... Read More...

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MOVING TO COMPETENCY HOW WE DID IT

Neighboring towns Dresden, Farmingdale, Hallowell, Monmouth and Richmond were just that: neighbors. Each had an independent school system with local students, history and traditions. Each had its own... Read More...

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MARS MISSIONS NOT REQUIRED Pragmatic Approaches to Competency-Based Education

As a participant vendor in the Competency-Based Education Network’s TIP (Technology Interoperability Project) last year, I had the pleasure of serving on a panel at the 2015 CBExchange in Phoenix, Ar... Read More...

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Issue 18.1 | Spring 2016

Southeast Education Network

Our Mission: to reinvigorate the spirit of American education

Published By Knight Communications

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