- "Mastery" is not mastery
- Standards aren't standard
- No external alignment
- Weighting, granularity, and sequence of standards
- Uphill battle for rolling and blended
1. Consistent (not peak) performance
2. Application in context
"Diagram Web Requests"
"Diagram web requests"
- Externally-aligned (TTP)
- (Generally) Technology agnostic
- Shared, common assessments
- Foundational Skills
- Technical Skills
- Applied Technical Skills
- Experience & Exposure
- Professional Skills & Interests
Applied Technical Skills
Work efficiently using the terminal
Level I: Manage & navigate a file system
Level II: Demonstrate common UNIX commands
Level III: Write a shell script that accomplishes a described task
- Learn - Articles, Bue, External Resources, Learn
- Practice - Exercises, Inline CFUs, Optional Perf. data
- Drill - Assessments, Checkpoints, Required for mastery
- Apply - Projects, Required for mastery, also spiraled
- What about autonomy?
- Fixed in the right places, flexible in the right places
- What about slow/fast students?
- Tons of flexibility
- What about my market?
- Should be agnostic enough
- Will this be more work?
- The same amount of work, but more of the right work
What about modularity?
- Rolling comes from personalization, not modularity
- Shared, externally-aligned standards and assessments
- Confidence in student performance
- Sets us up for rolling and data-driven instruction
Let's build a great school!
By Kyle Coberly