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  • Equitable Grading and Instruction (Formerly Mastery Learning and Grading) PD Options


    EGI PD Series:

    For school groups of twelve or more, the PD series entails six two-hour workshops scheduled approximately two to three weeks apart to allow participants time to reflect and engage in the eight hours of asynchronous online learning. Upon completion of all synchronous workshops and asynchronous online learning, participants will earn EGI certification. Please contact your region's EGI coach for more information about EGI PD Series options.


    EGI Salary Point Classes:

    Equitable Grading and Instruction Salary Point Classes meet in-person on three Saturdays for five hours, and also include 30 hours of asynchronous online learning.  Participants who successfully complete the course requirements will earn 1 Salary Point Credit.  To enroll on MyPLN, search keyword "EGI". 


    Asynchronous Online Learning:

    Please contact your local district's EGI coach for information on how to participate in online learning. 


    Implementation Support (EGI certificated educators):

    These sessions provide certified EGI teachers with an opportunity to get feedback and coaching on Equitable Grading and Instruction learning targets, rubrics, assessments, syllabi, and gradebook set-up in Schoology in order to promote effective implementation of Equitable Grading and Instruction practices.  This opportunity is for groups of 12 or more EGI certified educators at your school site or EGI educators can participate in their region’s Implementation Support sessions. Please contact your region's EGI coach to schedule Implementation Support sessions.


    unConferences (EGI certified educators):

    Using an unConference model, in which participants are not constrained by a rigid schedule of workshops and topics, this event will provide an opportunity for educators to collaborate, create, and showcase resources that can be used in their schools and classrooms to support learning and growth in all students.


    Facilitator Training:

    This series includes 6 full days of training and helps participants to gain a deeper understanding of EGI.  Participants will be equipped to lead school-site teams through the EGI PD Series and build their capacity to support school-site implementation.  Participants must have approval from their administrator to participate and school sites are responsible for providing sub coverage, if necessary.  


    EGI Micro-Credential (EGI certified educators):

    The Los Angeles Unified Equitable Grading and Instruction Micro-Credentialing process prepares EGI certified educators of grades kindergarten through twelfth grade to effectively implement evidence-based, equity-focused grading and instructional practices. The ultimate goal of the Equitable Grading and Instruction Micro-Credentialing process is to ensure that teachers become accomplished proficiency-based grading and mastery-based learning educators, able to enact positive change in their classroom and school, and improve achievement for students in Los Angeles Unified. To learn more about this program, please visit the LAUSD Micro-Credentialing page.



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