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Erica Fox Sep 13
Replying to @blocht574
He got an F for a BEHAVIOR??
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 9
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Mrs. Wiseman Sep 5
Just overheard “Dude, the oral presentation isn’t for a grade!” “Does that matter?” Ahhh! I love that it’s starting to click with students that learning and practicing is the point of classwork, not grades!
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Shannon Duncan 8 Feb 18
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Edulastic Sep 20
Are you doing Standards-Based Grading? Or have you tried? We are writing an article with EdSurge and would like to chat with you to learn about your experience. Please reach out!
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Shelby Brown Jul 27
Know better, teach better. Feedback is KEY in every classroom.
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McKinley STEAM Academy 10 Sep 18
Want to learn more about the resources available to students & parents in Canvas & PowerSchool? Have questions relating to or our school's social emotional & behavior supports? Attend McKinley's Parent Academy Wednesday from 5-7 pm Book Fair located in IMC
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Erica Fox Oct 6
"We give grades for mamas, not for kids. We grade so mamas are happy."
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MissChriss May 2
Students’ learning is like popping popcorn. Not everyone “pops” at the same time! Love this analogy and am loving the conference so far.
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Phil Lang May 21
Looks like a solid rubric to me🤷‍♂️
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Mrs. Bailey Sep 6
“The true test of knowledge is being able to teach someone else.”
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Will M Dunn May 21
Looking for teachers. I've transitioned to , but I teach Algebra 1. She is looking for Learning Target lists, so if anyone has any we would appreciate the help!
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MissChriss May 3
Unrecoverable failure diminishes hope. Allow students to do redos and corrections! Get them to own their learning!
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Michelle Vanhala 17 Feb 18
How do you use grading as a tool for teaching and learning rather than just a summative assessment?
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Mrs. Boyer Oct 2
Blown away by the great work our team did today. Proficiency scales, artifacts and so much collaboration from , and 🙌🏻🙌🏻
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Trey Duke Feb 25
Schools need to discuss and decide what the grades they give will convey. Do the grades report what students earn or what students learn, and how does the answer guide your practices?
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Adriana Vargas Perez Aug 29
We came to ponder, explore, and learn more about at with . A little nervous about implementation, but definitely on board with the mission!
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Jessica Morehead 19 Mar 18
An F is 59% of the grading scale with traditional grading. 🤔 Thanks for the eye opener, !!!
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Jennifer Cory May 4
“I can tell you that a kid got an 87% on their Greece and Rome test. OR I can tell you that they know these three things but they still need to know this. Which do you prefer?” -
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Wendy Story, NBCT Oct 6
What is evidence-based grading? Accurate grading.
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