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Mastery-based individualized instruction leads to equal or better learning in an atmosphere that students judge to be more enjoyable. This type of instruction, particularly in the laboratory setting, tends to put extra demands on staff time and facilities. The advanced sign-up, supplies request, and shoebox provisions systems of laboratory management, and mastery-based grading and instructor-set pacing concepts of course design are presented. The net effect of these management strategies is the benefit of individualization and mastery with manageable instructor and technician time. Everyone has precisely-defined responsibilities and students receive ample individual attention.
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