Mastery Tracker Goal Setting: Mastery Tracker Goal Setting

 
 
 
Mastery Tracker Goal Setting
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Mastery Tracker Goal Setting

The mastery tracker displays individual progress towards all 5th grade math goals. In order to ensure that all students work towards the standards that we are held accountable to (regardless of pacing), we track progress and celebrate our achievements. This also allows for easy grouping for small group instruction as well as planning for future reteaches. Students can demonstrate mastery through our formative and summative assessments, knowing that the practice they work on between assessments helps them achieve such mastery.

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Student Data
 
 
This is a weekly mastery tracker, giving students an understanding of their mastery of the week's objectives. By breaking down the entire year's standards into bite-sized chunks, students understand how their daily practice and exit tickets contribute to their overall mastery.
Student Data
 
 
This mastery tracker shows our current progress thus far in mastering 5th grade math standards. Purple represents mastered, green represents almost mastered, orange represents needs practice, and blank represents needs attention.
Student Data
 
 
This is a weekly mastery tracker, giving students an understanding of their mastery of the week's objectives. By breaking down the entire year's standards into bite-sized chunks, students understand how their daily practice and exit tickets contribute to their overall mastery.
Student Data
 
 
This mastery tracker shows our current progress thus far in mastering 5th grade math standards. Purple represents mastered, green represents almost mastered, orange represents needs practice, and blank represents needs attention.
Stephen Pham
Rocketship Si Se Puede Academy
San Jose, CA


 

About this strategy

Prep Time:
Long
Subject:
Math
Grade:
Fifth grade
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Brain Power is a strategy my students and I use to promote a classroom culture of risk-taking, resilience, and collaboration. Early in the year, I teach my students to wiggle their fingers towards their peers who are thinking of an answer or trying to correct an incorrect response. This strategy creates wait time and encourages my students to continue their thinking process without giving up.

 
Blended Learning Model Overviews
Daniel's Model Overview

At any given time at my class, student grouping is fluid and ever-changing.  A brief whole group lesson focuses on collaborative lessons and reviewing concepts.  Students self-assess to determine how they will practice new skills, and what level of support they need.  I also employ a model of individualized learning paths that I named Workshop, where students choose the way in which they will learn.  Students who need help are grouped for that day in Tutoring, while others have their pick over a variety of websites such as IXL, FrontRow, and TenMarks, online re-assessments, collaborative activities, projects, and more.  Student reflection is essential to making that much choice, work.

Number of Students: 26 students

Number of Adults: one teacher

Length of Class Period/Learning Time: 90minutes (Math Block)

Digital Content/ Ed Tech Tools Used on a Regular Basis: i-Ready; IXL; MangaHigh; Website; FrontRow; Kahoot!; BrainGenie; Poll Everywhere; TenMarks; Google Apps for Education

Hardware Used on a Regular Basis: five iPads; five desktop computers; five laptop computers; two Galaxy Tabs; SMARTBoard

Key Features: competency-based; student agency;individualized learning paths; online homework; gamification

 
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Daniel's Digital Content and Tech Tools

There are an infinite number of digital content providers and tech tools and education programs a blended teacher can choose to use in his classroom. Check out how and why Daniel uses specific digital content and ed tech tools!

 
 
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