First, the existing confusion about competence-based education is described: the behavioristic, generic and holistic approach. The following definition is formulated: Competence-based education is creating opportunities for students and workers, close to their world of experience in a meaningful learning environment (preferable the professional practice) wherein the learner can develop integrated performance-oriented capabilities to handle the problems in practice. The principles described in this article have been formulated by various authors. Central question in this paper is: What are the experiences of the different groups involved with competence-based education, and to what extent do those experiences influence the principles formulated? Most principles are useful, but more attention has to be paid on coaching.
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
|Event||Paper gepresenteerd op de ECER 2003 - |
Duration: 17 Sep 2003 → 20 Sep 2003
|Conference||Paper gepresenteerd op de ECER 2003|
|Period||17/09/03 → 20/09/03|