- What mastery learning is
- Why mastery learning is important
- The Grid method
- The best practices for mastery learning
- Formative assessments
- And more
Click here for a leader’s guide created by the Ohio Association for the Gifted and Talented.
Tiffany Ott is a gifted intervention specialist in the Cleveland Heights University Heights school district. She is a ten-year veteran classroom teacher with experience teaching 3rd through 8th grade, every core subject, general education and gifted education. She has discovered a passion for meaningful technology integration in classrooms and began her master’s degree in instructional technology through Kent State. Now, she is combining her love of great ed-tech with a mastery learning approach called The Grid Method that is transforming her class, her teaching, and her students’ learning, and she is eager to share her strategies with educators around Ohio.