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The SouthEast Education Network has profiled the Early Learning Foundation and Bob Sornson.  The profile begins: In theory, the choice is simple. We can continue to utilize a time-bound, age-based, […]
Ride the wave to competency based learning during the most important learning years, the early childhood years.
Only with solid number sense can children understand and enjoy higher level math instruction.
Hold on.  Competency based learning is coming to a school near you.
Producing the best preschool outcomes in the state after using the Essential Skill Inventories for only one year.
In his new book, Over-Tested and Under-Prepared: Using Competency Based Learning to Transform Our Schools, Dr. Bob Sornson describes the reasons we operate within a content-driven one-size-fits-all instructional model, and […]
In his new book, Over-Tested and Under-Prepared: Using Competency Based Learning to Transform Our Schools, Dr. Bob Sornson describes the reasons we operate within a content-driven one-size-fits-all instructional model, and […]
This research shows the impact of using the Essential Skill Inventories on teacher perception of success, including knowing their students, responding to the individual needs of students, relationships with students, […]
Learning matters.  More than at any time in history, children with good learning skills and work habits will have incredible opportunities to succeed.  But children with poor learning skills and […]
 There is a secret to classroom management. You won’t find it in most of the books on classroom discipline or the endless lists of classroom management tips. Here is a […]