Mastery-Based Progress Report

Mastery-based grading is a system of evaluating students based on their demonstrated level of mastery of concepts. The teacher assesses the student’s level of mastery based on the evidence collected. For example, if a student earns evidence scores of 1,1,2 and 4 in a particular essential skill, the teacher may assign them a “4” if they feel that the student has mastered the concept – and the student is not penalized for taking longer to achieve mastery. 

Choosing the Mastery-Based Progress Report Style

1. Click the Settings link (the gear icon) settings.jpgin the upper right.

2. On the next page, select a gradebook from the Gradebook Settings section.

3. Click the Go button under Mastery or Traditional Progress Reports.

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4. Choose one of the 2 styles of mastery progress reports (see samples below).

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Mastery Progress Report: Hide Summary Grade Sample

Both letter grade and percentage scores are hidden along with the grade trend graph, scores per category, and grade scale.

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The mastery-based progress report with hidden summary grade includes: 

(1) Last Published - Date and time that scores were last published

(2) Assignment Category - Category for the assigned work or standard

(3) Assignment Title - Title of the assigned work or standard

(4) Score - Points earned on assigned work or standard

(5) Notes/Comments - Displays the custom progress report message. Customize the message to show your rubric scale.

(6) Grade Legend - Displays custom codes

 

Mastery Progress Report: Display Summary Grade Sample

Same as above but the letter grade is displayed.

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The mastery-based progress report with hidden summary grade includes: 

(1) Current Summary Grade - Based on published grades

(2) Last Published - Date and time that scores were last published

(3) Assignment Category - Category for the assigned work or standard

(4) Assignment Title - Title of the assigned work or standard

(5) Score - Points earned on assigned work or standard

(6) Notes/Comments - Displays the custom progress report message. Customize the message to show your rubric scale.

(7) Grade Legend - Displays custom codes