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