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Multiple Ways Students Can Show Mastery at LPS Richmond

Sophia Thomas, teacher, explains how student have multiple ways of showing mastery through different resources linked to the same skill area.


Transcript: Sophia Thomas: Students have their own dashboard. It has the curriculum embedded by units. Units break down to lessons. Lessons break down to learning resources and assessments. There are also several at bats at one scale or learning target so they have different ways to show mastery. Practically, it's the same thing but they're asking you to do it in a different way, using different strategies.

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