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Personal Competencies Through the Eyes of the Classroom Teacher

 

Teachers can enhance their students’ abilities to coordinate and manage new learning by developing the students’ personal competencies—cognitive, metacognitive, motivational, and social/emotional—but the degree to which teachers can effect this development depends on their understanding and application of their own competencies.

CIL DIRECTOR'S LETTERS

 

The Center on Innovations in Learning focuses on Personalized Learning and the Culture of Innovation. CIL addresses several components of personalized learning, especially: (1) Learning Technologies; (2) Competency-Based Education; and (3) Personal Competencies. Through the topic of Culture of Innovation, CIL examines systemic change, including processes of improvement, innovation, and transformation.

THE CENTER'S PRIORITIES

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The Center on Innovations in Learning is one of 7 National Content Centers funded by the United States Department of Education supporting the 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers (RCCs) and the states they serve.

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CENTER ON INNOVATIONS IN LEARNING

A national content center supported by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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