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natural or acquired facility in a specific activity

the act of exercising controlling power or the condition of being so controlled

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great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity

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the act of mastering or subordinating someone

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The five foundational characteristics that produce the mastery profile are simple and easy to understand, but difficult to achieve.
The gold standard of mastery is the mastery asymptote, perfection, but not quite.
En route to building mastery, students often collaborate on projects and presentations, but each learner moves at a flexible pace toward mastery.
Initially used in England in 2014, maths mastery involves children being taught as a whole class, building depth of understanding of the structure of maths, and is supported by the use of high-quality textbooks.
Mastery orientation has been studied and related to high levels of achievement and positive motivational outcomes, such as the belief that effort is a cause of success, the use of problem-solving and adaptive learning strategies, the exertion of consistent effort, and persistence in the face of adversity [7, 9,10].
Since opening in 1996, Personal Mastery Martial Arts has also begun teaching krav maga, cardio kickboxing, and tactical self defense classes in addition to their martial arts curriculum.
The need for autonomy, mastery, and connection is natural and universal rather than ethnically, racially, or culturally specific.
One group, characterized by high scores on all 2x2 achievement goals, was associated with the most positive set of traits and results: high levels of perceived mastery and performance climate, perceiving their teachers positively, enjoyment, intention to exercise in the future, and perceived competence.
2 August 2013 - US medical products distributor Patterson Companies Inc (NASDAQ:PDCO) said today it had agreed to buy the Mercer Mastery unit of dentistry practice management consulting company Mercer Advisors Inc for an undisclosed sum.
Simialrly, Dweck (1986, and 1999) indicated two types of goals consisting on mastery goals and performance goals.
In order to remedy the shortcoming of traditional teacher-centered instruction that ignores the need of students with low achievement, Bloom (1968) proposed the idea of mastery learning.
past performance), competence evaluations are linked to mastery achievement goals.
ERIC Descriptors: Student Motivation; Incentives; Goal Orientation; Quasiexperimental Design; Montessori Method; Personal Autonomy; Mastery Learning; Student Participation; Intelligence Quotient; Academic Achievement; Student Attitudes; Elementary School Students
Traditional goal theory began by identifying two contrasting types of achievement goals: mastery (or learning) goals and performance (or ego) goals (Ames & Archer, 1988; Dweck, 1986; Nicholls, 1984).
The concept of mastery learning has been around for over 40 years but it is yet to be fully embraced by the world of adult learning.