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What competence-based curriculumn?

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What is competence-based curriculum?
Competency-based education
Focuses on on students' learning outcomes.

The main purpose is to ensure that students attain the skills, abilities and knowledge required to execute the tasks related to their occupation during their studies.

Competency-based education leeds to capabilities of students to effectively perform up to expectation while they join the workforce as its end objective.

Aims at designing performance-based learning activities that encourage the students to put their skills into practice.
Competence
Abilities, skills and knowledge that a person possesses.

The ability to do something well.

The quality or state of being competent.
Competence or competency?
Competency-based learning at WGU
Curriculum
Consists of the various learning objectives, which students are expected to learn.

Includes, such as:
planned lessons and assignments
the learning materials (books, videos, presentations etc.)
tests and other methods of assessment

Includes everything that will be taught to the students and everything they are expected to learn from the learning activities.
Competence-based curriculum
A curriculum that is characterized entirely with the proposed learning activities, which will be effective enough to prepare the student to perform and efficiently function independently as well as cooperatively in their professional field after graduating.

It is designed and structured in a manner that would enable the students to learn the competencies that are necessary in performing the tasks in the profession, which they are studying towards.
Competency
The skills, knowledge, experience, qualifications and other relevant characteristics of a person, which qualify them to undertake or execute certain tasks.

The set prerequisite or requirement for executing certain work.
5. Sources & further reading
Council of Education for Public Health, Competencies and Learning Objectives: http://bit.ly/1zbmMUH

Differencebetween.com: http://bit.ly/1M040v2

Smith, 1996 & 2005. Competence and competencies: http://bit.ly/1q2vr5Z

Mäkinen & Annala, Osaamisperustaisen opetussuunnitelman monet merkitykset korkeakoulutuksessa: http://bit.ly/1KjdUki

The Glossary for Education Reform, Curriculum: http://edglossary.org/curriculum/

Merriam-Webster

Source: Oulu UAS School of Vocational Teacher education Curriculm and Study Guide 2015-2016: http://bit.ly/1MOsUwM
1. Definitions
2. Competency-based curriculum in Finland
3. An example
4. Critique
5. Sources & further reading
Although similar there is a slight difference.

Competence refers to a specific requirements of a person to perform a job while competency refers to how a job should be done.

Competence is generally used in European terminology whereas competency is used in the USA.
Sources: Differencebetween.com: http://bit.ly/1M040v2

Smith, 1996 & 2005. Competence and competencies: http://bit.ly/1q2vr5Z

Mäkinen & Annala, Osaamisperustaisen opetussuunnitelman monet merkitykset korkeakoulutuksessa: http://bit.ly/1KjdUki
1. Definitions
2. Competence-based curriculum in Finland
The discussion on comeptence-based education in Finland started in 1990s, when the polytecnics were established.

Due to the Bologna Process in 1999, the competence-based curriculum was also included to cover Finnish universities.

During the 21st century the Finnish educational institutes started to commonly design and build competence-based curriculums.
Source: Mäkinen & Annala, Osaamisperustaisen opetussuunnitelman monet merkitykset korkeakoulutuksessa: http://bit.ly/1KjdUki
3. An example
Core competencies of vocational pedagogy
Source: The Glossary for Education Reform, Curriculum: http://edglossary.org/curriculum/
Further reading
Kallioinen, O. 2007. The competence-based curriculum in Laurea: http://bit.ly/1OOatZ2

Source: Oulu UAS School of Vocational Teacher education Curriculm and Study Guide 2015-2016: http://bit.ly/1MOsUwM

Sources
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