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Benefits of Student-Initiated Assessments at LPS

Sophia Thomas, teacher, explains how students at LPS are able to choose when they take a mastery assessment.

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Transcript: Sophia Thomas: The biggest thing is they choose when they take their summative assessment. With this model, every single kid is at the place that they need to be at, learning at the pace that they need to be learning. They feel a sense of satisfaction. There's no longer anxiety when it comes to taking an assessment because you know you've learned the material. You've spent enough time. You are ready to take that assessment.

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