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ERIC Number: ED121212
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 26
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Experiences with, and Assessment of, Competency-Based Curriculum in Disciplines Outside of Pharmacy.
Dobbert, Daniel J.
Using a three-part definition of Competency Based Education (competency identification, criteria level, and assessment), five steps for a competency based program development model are proposed and discussed. The steps are: (1) assess the need for such a program, specify the role or performance to which it will be directed and probable characteristics of the program; (2) determine the competencies necessary for competent performance; (3) perpare assessment procedures for the competencies; (4) develop instruction and instructional assessment intended to teach the competencies and measure performance of instruction; and (5) maintain the program through reassessment of competencies, criteria level, instruction, assessment procedures, and need for its existence. (Author/KE)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Paper presented for the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Charles Bliven Seminar (Kiamesha Lake, New York, July 1975)