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Assessment of Mastery

Teachers and students must have clear means to accurately and consistently assess mastery of a given objective against the definition of mastery. The type of assessment might vary by objective or developmental level, but are consistently applied and normed.

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Standards-Based Report Cards

Pleasant View Elementary uses standards-based report cards, which...

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Focus on Building Cognitive Skills

Pleasant View Elementary teachers integrate cognitive skills into the...

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Lifelong-Learning Standards

Lindsay Unified School District pairs academic standards with additional...

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Power Standards

While Learners must master all standards, teachers identify "power standards" to...

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Mastery-Based Reporting

Students receive "growth reports" after every 6-8 week assessment period.

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Moving with Mastery Through Learning Standards

Students can advance beyond "grade level" when they have demonstrated mastery.

Photo of seated students looking at projector in front of classroom
Standards-Based Report Cards

Pleasant View Elementary uses standards-based report cards, which...

Photo of teacher instructing seated groups of students
Focus on Building Cognitive Skills

Pleasant View Elementary teachers integrate cognitive skills into the...

Photo of poster of Lifelong Learning Standards including Live, Love, Learn
Lifelong-Learning Standards

Lindsay Unified School District pairs academic standards with additional...

Photo of students working on laptops seated at table
Power Standards

While Learners must master all standards, teachers identify "power standards" to...

Chart showing mastery level of a particular student across subjects
Mastery-Based Reporting

Students receive "growth reports" after every 6-8 week assessment period.

Photo of student and teacher giving each other high-five celebrating sucess
Moving with Mastery Through Learning Standards

Students can advance beyond "grade level" when they have demonstrated mastery.