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Mastery Learning

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  • 1. Mastery Learning<br /> Ray Linebaugh<br />
  • 2. Overview<br />Impact of Mastery Learning on Student<br />Designing Mastery Learning into Instructional Process<br />Contributions of Benjamin Bloom and Robert Gagne<br />Educational Objectives<br />Delivery of Instructional Materials<br />
  • 3. Impact of Mastery Learning<br />Students really learn the material<br />Learning versus memorization<br />Mastery at different cognitive levels<br />John Carroll’s time for mastery<br />Mastery learning benefits students at every aptitude level<br />
  • 4. Instructional Development<br />Designing instructional materials for mastery learning<br />Sequencing instructional material<br />Unit objectives<br />Lesson plans<br />Student instructional materials<br />
  • 5. Contributions of Benjamin Bloom and Robert Gagne<br />Taxonomy of objectives<br />Benjamin Bloom<br />Different objectives<br />Different levels of thinking<br />Nine events<br />Gagne<br />Prerequisite skills<br />Building skills<br />
  • 6. Educational Objectives<br />Stating the objective<br />Defining what the student learns<br />Enabling objectives<br />Terminal objectives<br />Group-paced objectives<br />Self-paced objectives<br />
  • 7. Technology<br />Utilizing technology to master objectives<br />Technology a tool for mastery<br />Technology eliminates limitations<br />Student expectations envisioned<br />
  • 8. Technology in the Classroom<br />Life like experiences in the classroom<br />Environmental conditions<br />Assessments<br />
  • 9. Technology as the Classroom<br />Classes whereby technology is the classroom<br />Video podcasting<br />Internet<br />Cell phone<br />Threaded discussion<br />Removing fear<br />Example of Mastery learning as the classroom: Master<br />
  • 10. Summary<br />Impact of Mastery Learning on Student<br />Designing Mastery Learning into Instructional Process<br />Contributions of Benjamin Bloom and Robert Gagne<br />Educational Objectives<br />Delivery of Instructional Materials<br />

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