- How can I put standards in a student friendly language?
- What will indicate if students have met standard?
- What does high quality look like?
- How will students and teachers evaluate and measure performance?
- How will students and teachers use data and feedback to drive instruction?
“This is the first time I am more of a facilitator than a dictator! The students are enthusiastic, engaged, and completely in charge of their learning.” Teacher, Texas
Performance Mastery helps answer these questions by creating a learning system, based in Quality Management/Continuous Improvement.Techniques learned in this workshop are:
- Develop an understanding of how to use student performance to gain insights in to what to improve
- Monitor progress on student performance
- Engage students in designing clear evaluation tools
- Communicate performance learning goals
- Improve students’ meta-cognitive skills through the practice of self-assessment
- Enable students to engage in their own learning progress data, so they see exactly what to work on
- Allow intrinsic motivation
- Encourage students and teachers to generate and test hypothesis about their learning and performance
- Utilize process data to monitor progress and drive learning for students, classes and schools
- Enable teachers and administrators to monitor and document student, class and school progress
- Build a team atmosphere as everyone works together to improve learning
- Save time
- Allow more responsive teaching
- Create formative and authentic, standards based summative performance assessments
- Celebrate learning
No matter what the subject area, Performance Mastery is the key to improving student performance and achieving “J-Curve” results.
Teachers will be able to:
- Understand their classroom as a system
- Manage with Knowledge
- Develop standards based performance assessments
- Create clear objective evaluation tools
- Empower students to accurately self-assess
- Enable students to collect and use data from their own performance
- Use class assessment data to identify strengths and weaknesses to drive instruction
- Access Web-based Tool-Kit
“ …students are then involved as much as the teacher. Just because it works for the teaching, does not mean it works for the learning.” Student, California
To view results of Performance Mastery™ click here.
Questions about Performance Mastery?