MemberJuly 29, 2019 at 8:13 pm
Hi Elisha,<br>Thanks for getting back to me. We should definitely brainstorm some ideas. Towards the end of this past school year, I briefly explored mastery assessments by given the students an expert, intermediate and beginner question ( all grade-level appropriate) based on the curriculum expectations we were looking at. The challenge I faced was how to correctly assess it and how to capture their learning. For example, if a student is answering an expert question and they showed all their work but made a calculation error, are they an expert? If not, do I make them do the intermediate question? I have seen teachers use, a check +, check -. etc., to record their student’s observations, conversations, and products, but I am not sure how this relates or turns into a final grade on a report card?
I guess we will learn together!