5 Myths about Mastery-Based Learning

5 Myths about Mastery-Based Learning

“Whether or not you’ve heard the term “mastery-based learning,” you’ve probably encountered it in practice, in school or on the job. In any situation where you’re given a set of labs, problems, or activities where your progression is dependent on successful completion of various tasks rather than seat time, you’re engaging in mastery-based learning–a teaching method premised on the idea that student progression through a course should be dependent on proficiency as opposed to amount of time spent on academic work.”

This is another aspect of education that I am very passionate about. All too often student have gaps in their knowledge and understanding and this gaps grow as they progress through the years cause them to have a fixed mindset about their abilities in a certain subject.

The intro above is from a great article dispelling myths around the implementation of Mastery-Based Learning.

Continue read the article here    https://www.knewton.com/resources/blog/ed-tech/5-myths-about-mastery-based-learning/