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1 Mastery Lab – The Making of the Master Monroe County Middle School Tompkinsville, KY

2 The AH-HA Moment  Workshop with Bob Holman  “ We Can Do This”  Rethinking old ways of grading practices vs. new ways of grading practices

3 How Mastery Lab Works  Whole Group Instruction  Use of formative and summative assessments  Re-teaching Such as: Self-Analysis, Round Table Discussion, Small Group Discussion, Rewrites  Mastery Lab

4 Advantages of Mastery Lab  Extended learning  Motivate to learn in regular classroom  Smaller class size for reteaching  Pin points Mastery of Core Content

5  Instruction  Mastery Lab – enrichment  Re-teaching- Small Group Discussion Whole Group Instruction

6 Whole Group Instruction/Task Rotation  Task rotation used as a review/reinforcement  Re-teaching- Test Analysis  Mastery Lab - enrichment

7 Whole Group Instruction/Formative Assessment  Whole Brain Learning through Power Teaching  Reteaching- Round Table Discussion  Mastery Lab

8 “ Doing less than my best is what you thought when I didn’t make a 100% on a test or a 4 on a open response. You were right. If I didn’t make the best possible score on a test you would always let me re-take the test. So thank you for letting me learn from my mistakes.” 7 th grade MCMS student

9 Whole Group Instruction/Debate  Culminating Activity  Re-teaching  Mastery Lab

10 Questions from Audience? Comments?

11 Contact Information Tony Harlan, principal Shayne Emberton, assistant principal School’s Website


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