I created the following “Mastery Grid” to use with my students in our STEM classroom today, using openly licensed icons I found with iconfinder.com (here and here). This is also available as a downloadable PDF. As our district continues to implement the “Marzano Teacher Leader Evaluation” (TLE) framework for Oklahoma, based on “The Art and Science of Teaching,” this is an instructional tool all our district teachers are using in the classroom to help students master new knowledge and skills.
by Wesley Fryer
I based my mastery grid off the versions used by my friend and colleague, Amy Loeffelholz, who teaches STEM at our other grade 4-5 elementary in Yukon, Oklahoma. Please use and share this with others!
by Wesley Fryer
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