The Grid Method - Free Online Course
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Ready to Teach Better?This FREE online course is designed to share the foundations of Mastery Learning and The Grid Method - Mastery Learning System. Course sections will be delivered straight to your inbox, sharing the system that has transformed classrooms and increased achievement for thousands of students!
The Grid Method will help you:
- Increase student achievement
- Individualize instruction
- Thrive in your classroom
PROVEN SYSTEMS AND TACTICS, IN AN EASY-TO-FOLLOW 8-PART COURSE.
1. Introduction / Learning To Walk
2. Why Change
3. Solutions In Mastery Learning
4. Making a Mastery Grid
5. Assessing for Mastery
6. A Grid Method Classroom
7. Results and Data
8. Reaching The Unreachable
Unlocking the power of Mastery Learning in your classroom starts here!
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After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree In Biology, Chad Ostrowski or “Mr. O” as his students fondly call him, set his sights on education. He was chosen as one of only 50 individuals in the state of Ohio to be granted the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship through the Ohio STEM Learning Network. Through this fellowship he received his Master’s in Science Education and gained intensive training and expertise in STEM education, Problem Based Learning, Inquiry based instruction as well as other cutting edge educational research and modern pedagogical theory.
Ostrowski has since presented research at the NSTA National Conference on Problem Based Learning in the Gifted Classroom and Continues to develop and research modern innovative educational practices. Chad has been teaching Middle School Science in a high needs urban district for 4 years. In that short time, due to his dedication to teaching, innovative teaching methods and educational leadership he has been named Science Department Chair within his building, Building Leadership Team member and District Co-chair of Middle School Science Curriculum.
It is through these foundations that he has created and developed the “The Grid Method” in order to synthesize his knowledge of best practices in education into a system that allows ALL of his students to meet and exceed their potential.