Writing Mastery Objectives. By: William McCann and Shakira Wimberly. DO NOW ACTIVITY. What makes a Mastery Objective? Compare and contrast two objectives Poor mastery objective vs. Quality mastery objective
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By: William McCann and Shakira Wimberly
What makes a Mastery Objective?
Quality mastery objective
Compare and contrast objectives. Record the similarities and differences. Discuss outcomes of mastery objectives
(1 member from each group will share group ideas)
Restate: Mastery objectives will either focus on a process or content from
Common Core standard.
Given a Common Core standard, determine whether it is process or content driven?
When reading the standard, is the process or content implied or explicit?
Are prerequisite skills implied in either?
What should teachers do?
“UNPACK” the standard.( Unpack= Breakdown)
Robert Mager type objectives should include three parts:
STOP & THINK
How does your unpacking generate mastery objectives?
In groups, create at least 2 mastery objectives that have a behavior, condition, and criteria.
1. Support and Training
2. Safe Practice: Time to practice writing mastery objectives.
3. Article/ Best Practice: Each teacher will be given an article to use as a resource for writing mastery objectives
3. Coaching: Each teacher will have coaching available.
4. Feedback: Teachers will receive feedback from their coach for improvement.
5. Accountability: Teachers will be expected to write mastery objectives that contain behavior, condition, and criteria. The mastery objective must also be written as a reflection of the standard.