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Mastery learning ensures that every student reaches mastery in a unit before moving on — boosting achievement and building lifelong learners.
22,373 students — minimum— have participated in mastery learning studies since 1968.
The average student in a mastery learning classroom achieves the same level as the top 15% of students in a classroom not using mastery learning.
90% of mastery learning studies have shown positive results.
Back to school is a busy time: creating seating charts, setting out classroom rules, welcoming new students, organizing parent-teacher conferences, and getting students adjusted to a new grade.
One thing you shouldn’t have to worry about? Coming up with unique bulletin board ideas for the beginning of the school year and beyond.
Colorful classroom bulletin boards are a great way to get students excited to learn new concepts, show off their work or celebrate a holiday. That’s why we’ve put together a list of ideas you can use in your classroom, plus tips for bringing your best bulletin board ideas to life!
We use big numbers everyday, whether we’re counting money, weighing objects or planning a trip.
A place value chart is an excellent tool for helping students make sense of large numbers. Place value is a foundational math concept, necessary for addition, subtraction, exponents, long division, fractions and almost every other math operation.
What’s the point of an in-school suspension?
Is it to punish students for bad behavior? Remove them from class so other students can keep working? Keep them from an out-of-school suspension?
Focusing on the narrow applications of an in-school suspension means losing sight of the positive impact this strategy can have on your school culture.
Keep reading to find out how a thorough in-school suspension plan can benefit your school, 6 key elements that you’ll need to successfully create your own program, and 3 alternatives to consider using.
Attention Prodigy players of all ages: the Starlight Festival has come to town! ✨
The Starlight Festival is a special event available for at-home players during the month of June that indulges their love for adventure and asks them to help Mama Star gather star shards for her collection.
Well, not really. But understanding negative exponents is an important building block for high school-level math courses, and it’s also a concept many students find challenging. When you gradually build on your students’ knowledge, you’ll ensure they’re ready to tackle challenging problems in and out of the classroom.
What drives growth in your school community?
It could be your school’s culture, a focus on teacher professional development, or even prioritizing useful teaching strategies. However, none may be as important as school mission statements, which are essential for student development and effective learning.
School mission statements indicate the priorities and goals of a school community, and can have an incredible impact on student achievement.