Yesterday, students in my second grade class took a unit assessment on fractions. Generally after the assessment students review their results and reflect on progress made. I graded the tests last night and the scores were ...
Standards-based grading is turning out to be quite a bit more work on my part. But I am already convinced it's worth it: my own perspective shift has been so great that I found my quiz actually useful for once.
After countless consults with districts large and small, it's become pretty apparent that the interest in assessment reform, and specifically standards-based grading, is quite frothy. But why? More specifically, why now?
The difference is attributable to a variety of factors including the level of the school within which a standards-based approach to grading is being implemented. Elementary school standards-based report cards often look very ...
Formative Assessment and Standards-Based Grading: Classroom Strategies That Work by Robert J. Marzano (Price: $15.71, Reviews: 2, Rating: 3.2, Pages: 184). Isbn: 9780982259221, 0982259220. Publisher: Solution Tree.
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