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Some good reminders in here.
More like this please!
Can these posters be purchased and printed?
A great find from Larry Ferlazzo but what are the other five? A bit of research led me to a presentation by Rick Wormeli "Fair isn't always Equal: Assessment and Grading an a Differentiated Classroom" and sure enough the other five were located in the presentation. The are listed below:
* Assessing students in ways that do not accurately indicate students’ mastery (student responses are hindered by the assessment format)
* Grading on a curve
* Allowing Extra Credit
* Defining supposedly criterion-based grades in terms of norm-referenced descriptions (“above average,” “average”, etc.)
* Recording zeroes on the 100.0 scale for work not done
To check out the full presentation (and it is a long URL):