Webinar: Mastery-based Teaching Moves and Grading Strategies for Remote Learning
As educators embark on teaching remotely across the US, big questions are surfacing about equity, how to develop responsive learning communities online, and how to assess learning with accuracy. The Mastery Collaborative, a program of the New York City Department of Education's Office of Leadership, joins us again to share both useful ways to think through these issues and practices that they've already seen working well. Their model for remote learning focuses on 4 Important principles: be supportive, be flexible, be clear, and be responsive.
This session Is for all teachers, regardless of school model, who are striving to teach effectively in a remote or partly remote teaching situation.
- "Mastery for Remote Learning" presentation slides for this session
- "What is Mastery-Based Learning?" video
- Teaching Moves for Remote Learning
- Grading Strategies for Remote Learning
- Mastery Collaborative Home Page
- Turnitin Webinar: The 5 Key Shifts of Mastery-Based Learning
- Turnitin Webinar: The Journey to Mastery-Based Learning at Staten Island Technical High School
- Feldman, J. (2019). Grading for Equity: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How It Can Transform Schools and Classrooms. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin, a SAGE Company.