1. What do we expect our students to learn?
2. How will we know they are learning?Assessment
3. How will we respond when they don’t learn?Intervention
4. How will we respond if they already know it?Enrichment
Mastery Manager was originally designed and developed in conjunction with Rick DuFour’s assessment team at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois. Still to this day, Stevenson’s PLC team members continue to utilize Mastery Manager to answer the second of the four essential PLC guiding questions: How will we know they are learning? In addition, Stevenson teachers find Mastery Manager to be a vital tool in assisting them with the third essential guiding question of PLCs: How will we respond when they don’t learn? Teachers use Mastery Manager’s longitudinal reporting system to continually monitor the effectiveness of their interventions with struggling students.
Mastery Manager provides for the monitoring and tracking of student mastery and growth on Common Core, state and local learning standards.
With Mastery Manager, teachers can quickly identify student proficiency on any assessment.
Teachers monitor student mastery of learning standards in real time and can trend student progress over a series of assessments and years.
Students become data consumers with real-time online or emailed student reports to stay engaged in their learning success.
Analyze data for specific learning standards to identify successful teaching strategies and collaborate to enhance future instruction.