Mastery Learning

Mastery learning is an instructional strategy that results in comprehensive grasp of curriculum as demonstrated through performance-based evaluations.

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Outside the Cube – Linda Driedger, Jackie Williamson

MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 6, 2016

MFWHSR in 4 NE Calgary High Schools – Teresa Martin, Darrin Dyck, Thomas Dueck, Dr. Patrick Thalheimer

MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 6, 2016

Sal Kahn Explains Mastery Learning

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Sal Kahn Explains Mastery Learning

Mastery Learning

This animation highlights the premise of mastery learning: the belief that all students can learn if they are provided with the appropriate learning supports. Strategies to personalize learning assist students and help them work toward success. (2min 48sec)

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Math Results: We Found a Solution! – Shannon Moore & Rabia El-Didi

MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 1, 2015

Growing Success Creating a Comprehensive ELL Program – Linda Forde and Tamara Neumann

MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 1, 2015

Building Student Skills: Brainstorming for Innovation and Design – Lynn Moore

MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 1, 2015

Teacher Innovation: Leading from Behind – Deana Helton

MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 1, 2015

From Flexibility to High School Redesign: Changing Structure, Changing Practice – Darlene Marcinkevics, Katherine Mann, Anil Padayas, Chris Shaw

MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 1, 2015

iNACOL Using Online Learning for Credit Recovery

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Northern Zone Wiki

Northern Alberta has created this digital space for sharing tools and continuing conversations within their zone.
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Northern Zone Wiki

Southern Zone Wiki

Rocky View School Division has developed a resource and collaboration area that includes articles, videos, examples of how schools created conditions for change and a collaboration area.
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Southern Zone Wiki

No percentage marks from Red Deer math teacher by Andrea Sands, Edmonton Journal

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No Percentage Marks From Red Deer Math Teacher

Imagine There’s No Carnegie Unit

The story of the initially reluctant math department illustrates how it, like all the other departments, reinvigorated the curriculum, pedagogy, and student and teacher engagement..

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Redesigning School to Graduate Capable, Confident Learners

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Redesigning School to Graduate Capable, Confident Learners

CAFÉ Math/Science ~ Connor Renshaw, Jon Shields, Michel Landry & Michelle Dupuis

Layers of Intentionality: Tasks, Assessments & Interventions ~ Jennifer Neily & Amanda Huddleston

Planning & Assessing for Diverse Students ~ Colleen Toews & Stephen Womack

How Do We Foster Learning and Engagement in a Blended English Environment? ~ Jacqui McHugh

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Lessons of Mastery Learning by Thomas R. Guskey

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Lessons of Mastery Learning

Data-Driven Instruction: Creating a New Norm by Robert Rayburn

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Data Driven Instruction: Creating a New Norm