End of Course Test: The Science Mastery Workshop
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What is it called when students cram for tests, pass them, and then forget what they crammed in three weeks?CorrectIncorrect
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A consequence of the Cram-Pass-Forget cycle is that students become like __________.CorrectIncorrect
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One of the consequences of higher education as it exists today is that students in higher education need to take remedial writing and math courses.CorrectIncorrect
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Studies consistently show significant benefits from mastery-learning programs when teaching and testing to course objectives. What are the three kinds of benefits?CorrectIncorrect
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True mastery means that students will develop competence demonstrated on __________________.CorrectIncorrect
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According to John Mays, in a mastery learning approach which word should be eliminated from your vocabulary?CorrectIncorrect
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In order to teach to mastery, a teacher should include grade credit for homework and corrections.CorrectIncorrect
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Teachers need to replace the cram-pass-forget cycle with which cycle?CorrectIncorrect
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Which of the following is an example of an assessment format that promotes learning?CorrectIncorrect
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Lab reports should be written from scratch.CorrectIncorrect
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Bar charts for tracking quiz results don’t give a teacher helpful information and are too time consuming.CorrectIncorrect
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When new students come into a mastery based class, they should not be responsible for the material that was mastered before they entered the class.CorrectIncorrect
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Teachers of mastery based learning should refer to their objective lists often.CorrectIncorrect
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It will work best if your whole school decides to adopt mastery based teaching.CorrectIncorrect
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In 500-600 words, describe strategies and assessment practices that compose a pedagogy aimed at mastery and retention.
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