Writing Mastery Checks Aligned To Your Summative


One of the realities in today's educational landscape is the abundance of exams. These exams determine a lot for both students and teachers, and we must help our students sufficiently prepare. When writing your mastery checks, reference your end of unit summative (if you have access to it) and ensure that your mastery checks align with the cognitive demand of the summative. This way, your mastery checks give you good data about how prepared your students are, as well as giving them the opportunity to demonstrate knowledge prior to the exam. 



Planning with an Open Summative Checklist

Piers Blyth