Competency-based learning

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General

There are four areas on which Competency-based education focusses (Van den Berg & De Bruijn, 2009):

Background

  • Workplace learning: VET designs its curricula by enlarging the practice component, improve the guidance students get on the workplace and establishes a better cooperation between school and organizations concerning workplace learning.
  • Deep learning: Both learning in school and learning on the workplace should stimulate student into critical reflection.
  • Self-regulating learning: In order to meet the raising demand for autonomous workers students are taught regulate their own working and learning both in school and on the workplace.
  • Collaborative learning: Collaboration is needed in most of the functions in the world of work and that's why students are taught to collaborate although less emphasis is put on this point of VET.
  • Customized learning: Learning should be a flexible process and should be able to be costumized according the situation in which a students find (him) herself

References

  • Onstenk, J. H. A. M. (2002). refworks.jpg Beroepscompetenties, kernproblemen en exacte vakken (In H. Sormani (Ed.), Exacte vakken en competenties in het beroepsonderwijs (pp. 7-26). 's Hertogenbosch: Cinop.
  • Van den Berg, N., & De Bruijn, E. (2009). Het glas vult zich. Kennis over de vormgeving en effecten van competentiegericht beroepsonderwijs; verslag van een review. The glass is filling up. Knowledge about the design and effects of competence-based vocational education; A review study. Amsterdam/’s-Hertogenbosch: ECBO.
  • Workplace learning
  • World of Work

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