The effects of using learning progressions for student mastery
Hill, Michael Frederick
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In order for students to achieve a high level of knowledge, teachers and students should be able to identify areas of understanding and areas that need improvement. Designing a progression that identifies concepts help guide teachers and students through the learning process. Students have the opportunity to show mastery in a concept before progressing to the next level. This action research provided students with a progression to guide their learning. Students reflected on each concept before moving to the next. As a result, students were able to show significant growth as well a sense of confidence in learning.