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Michelle Navarre Cleary

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Faculty And Staff Roles And Responsibilities In The Design And Delivery Of Competency-Based Education Programs: A C-Ben Snapshot, Michelle Navarre Cleary Nov 2015

Faculty And Staff Roles And Responsibilities In The Design And Delivery Of Competency-Based Education Programs: A C-Ben Snapshot, Michelle Navarre Cleary

Michelle Navarre Cleary

In recent years, questions about the role of faculty members in competency-based education (CBE) programs have been raised by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Inspector General (2014), regional accreditors (Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions, 2015) and in the higher-education press (Neem, 2013; Ward, 2014). With increasing scrutiny and attention being paid to CBE programs, it is vital to develop a clear picture of what faculty are and are not doing in competency-based programs. This report presents the initial results of a Competency-Based Education Network (C-BEN) survey focused on cataloging the roles and responsibilities of faculty and staff involved …


Creating Competent Students, Michelle Navarre Cleary Jan 2014

Creating Competent Students, Michelle Navarre Cleary

Michelle Navarre Cleary

By any number of measures, competence-based programs have proven that they can support effective learning as well as, and often better than, traditional programs. Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/higher-ed-beta/creating-competent-students#ixzz2qnYgjAvm Inside Higher Ed


Toward A "Formula For Success"--Using Oral Histories To Help Students Succeed When Everything Seems To Be Working Against Them, Michelle Navarre Cleary Feb 2002

Toward A "Formula For Success"--Using Oral Histories To Help Students Succeed When Everything Seems To Be Working Against Them, Michelle Navarre Cleary

Michelle Navarre Cleary

Many of the students at Olive-Harvey College, a community college on Chicago's south side, are struggling to balance their education with low income, service sector jobs and family needs while living in communities plagued by drugs and violence. The question is how teachers can help these students to attain their educational goals, despite their life crises. To find the answer, one instructor turned to the students who had successfully completed her English 102 capstone writing course the previous fall--students who are the exception and not the rule. She interviewed 13 out of 20 students in the class and found that …