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Planning for Competency-Based Education

Planning for Competency-Based Education

This workshop allows participants to explore case studies in CBE implementation from the perspectives of learners; faculty and education leaders as they integrate key CBE concepts such as developmental approaches; workplace assessments; feedback and coaching; and learner handover.

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This workshop is for those who are health professions’ educational leaders responsible for designing field-based education using competency-based educational (CBE) models.

This workshop will be of interest to a diverse multi-professional group wanting to design for competency-based education (CBE) models. The participants explore case studies in CBE implementation from the perspectives of learners; faculty and education leaders as they integrate key CBE concepts such as developmental approaches; workplace assessments; feedback and coaching; and learner handover.

By the end of this workshop, learners will be able to: recognize and define the language of CBE; compare and contrast CBE learning, teaching and assessment approaches with traditional health professions’ education; describe the common challenges and enablers for the implementation of CBE into learning, teaching and assessment practices; and identify available resources to support local implementation of CBE.

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Planning for Competency-Based Education: Basics for HealthProfessions’ Educators

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