K-12 Grading and Assessment
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Grading and Assessment: K-12
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Transforming Classroom Grading: Robert J. Marzano: 0871203839

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Transforming Classroom Grading by Robert J. Marzano

....another good resource for the grading discussion....

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Grading students in school requires a new model - The News Herald

Grading students in school requires a new modelThe News Herald30) and implies that the "below-average students" who have become teachers are responsible for "handing out meaningless grades to their students." Citing growth in the "required" use of...
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Formative Assessment and Standards-Based Grading: Robert J. Marzano

Formative Assessment and Standards-Based Grading: Robert J. Marzano | K-12 Grading and Assessment | Scoop.it

This is a terrific resource for conversations related to grading and assessment in schools.

 

Formative Assessment and Standards-Based Grading: Classroom Strategies That Work by Robert J. Marzano

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New grading system

New grading system | K-12 Grading and Assessment | Scoop.it
Last semester, Assistant Physics Professor Todd Zimmerman, led a pilot class, graded according to the Standards Based Grading System, a non-traditional alternative to letter grades. According to Patricia L.
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No-Zero Grading Policy In Lowndes County Schools Require Retesting Opportunities For Failing Students (UPDATED)

No-Zero Grading Policy In Lowndes County Schools Require Retesting Opportunities For Failing Students (UPDATED) | K-12 Grading and Assessment | Scoop.it
Lowndes County Schools students in Georgia can relax a little -- 3rd through 8th graders can no longer receive zeros on assignments.
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