Monthly Archive:: August 2015

We have to try, or what’s the point?

In the words of one of our greatest American songwriters (in my opinion) Lyle Lovett: Look I understand too little too late I realize there are things you say and do You can never take back But what would you be if you didn’t even try You have to try. Now, he said this about […]

It’s The Real Deal … Not A Fad

The “buzz” about competency-based approach is not a fad. I really don’t think that it will pass. It is complex. Or maybe it’s just different from what we know and expect when it comes to education. But what is fundamentally different is this: the competency-based approach isn’t about education. It IS about learning. And learning […]