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Rethinking Mastery Gradebook: Introducing the Strand Mastery View

As the education landscape evolves, so does our commitment to enhancing the learning experience for students, parents, and teachers. We’re excited to unveil a new feature that promises to transform the way mastery data is accessed and interpreted. Introducing the “Strand Mastery View” – a comprehensive and intuitive tool that empowers students and parents with […]

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Multiple Mastery Scales: Aligning & Assessing on ATLs and Subject Standards

Introducing the ability to have different Mastery Scales in Teamie While Standards-based or Mastery-based grading has a single Mastery scale on which student progress is assessed, we recognize that not all grade levels or subject areas may want the same mastery scale. Many of our schools also assess students’ Approach to Learning (ATL) and want […]

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Peer Review

Hello everyone! We are glad to add a new feature to our product which will make the assessment engine even more powerful than before. As an instructor on Teamie, you can now create Peer Review assignments that require learners’ attempt to be reviewed by one or more of their peers, i.e other learners. Peer reviewed […]

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Multiple Certificate Templates

Teamie offers classroom/module completion certificates for learners once they achieve a set completion criteria, which allows them to showcase their achievements and proficiency. Earlier,  we had a common certificate template that was set as a standard at the site level and all the module completion certificates would be generated as per it. However, the single […]

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Non-Scoring Assessments

Greetings everyone! We are excited to introduce the non-scoring assessments on Teamie. Instructors can now choose to create assessments (assignments and offline tests) without attaching a score to them. Using a non-scoring assessment, an instructor can decide to grade a learner submission with the help of just a non-scoring rubric and/or a grade to achieve […]

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