The Road to Proficiency
What Is Proficiency-Based Learning?
Proficiency-based education represents a shift from the current school-centered system to one that is more student-centered. Proficiency-Based Learning (or PBL) is designed to:
- Help schools create efficient and effective systems that will ensure all students graduate prepared to succeed in the college, careers, and communities of the 21st century.
- Support all students meeting high academic standards, and ensure that more students master the knowledge and skills necessary to graduate better prepared for adult life.
- Create student learning and progress that is measured and reported in relation to learning expectations.
- Ensure that students demonstrate competency in order to advance, which will help ensure that students graduate truly ready for college and career.
What are the Proficiency Expectations in LSSU?
Our Proficiencies are organized into Mission Related Goals, Content Graduation Requirements, and Scholarly Habits; each providing focus, emphasis and learning goals for distinct areas of growth and abilities necessary to ensure our graduates are prepared for the demands of college, career and life.
Want To Learn More?
To read more about Proficiency Based Learning grab a coffee and visit our PBL Website. The Road to Proficiency: Why, What, and How
In particular you might want to watch student voices explain proficiency-based learning, read more about the Benefits of PBL, the Value of PBL, or get additional information about the Proficiency Expectations in LSSU.