ProsComprehensive tools for curriculum mapping, organizing assessments, networking, and tracking student progress on standards.
ConsThe standout feature, curriculum mapping, requires a premium account.
Bottom LineA fantastic assessment tool that's utilized to its fullest when adopted at a school or district level.
Free to $159/year
The dashboard gives teachers access to the assessment bank, planning tools, grading system, and reports.
Common Sense Reviewer
Engage with a large network of teachers sharing standards-aligned assessments. Pins make browsing assessments visually interesting and easy to search. The teacher interface is a bit overwhelming.
Assessments are linked to standards, and grading is quick and flexible. Reporting tools provide insight into student mastery. The best benefits, however, will require school/district buy-in.
An interactive tour gets users up and running quickly. Tutorials and videos are available throughout the site.
Teachers can use MasteryConnect to plan formative assessments and track student progress on standards. The free version gives teachers access to the searchable assessment bank. Teachers use this to help brainstorm and build their curricula. They can also track their students' progress using online tools. Reports can be printed and shared with students and families, keeping everyone in the loop. For communities with a premium account, teachers can use MasterConnect to network with other teachers at their schools, jointly plan curricula, and set up full scope and sequences. Teachers can stay more organized and keep track of their long-term goals using these helpful tools.Read More Read Less
See how teachers are using MasteryConnect
- Collaborative Standards Based Grading Assessment Tool5July 17, 2014
- Social network style set up for teachers, easy-to-use tool for looking at CCSS strands, but shared assessments and...Emily S.
Holly Hills Elementary School
Denver, CO3July 16, 2014
- Great Companion to the Standards Based Learning Classroom.Bobbi G.
Santa Fe South High School
Oklahoma City, OK4June 23, 2014