Lynn Kelting-Gibson . Ed.D. . . Associate Professor. l. email@example.com. Department of Education. Preassessment. (cards). Why do we grade our students?. How do we grade our students?. What are different types of assessments that can be used when grading (categories or examples)?.
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Effective Grading Practices and Strategies
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Lynn KeltingGibson EdD Associate Professor l ynnkeltinggibsonmontanaedu Department of Education Preassessment cards Why do we grade our students How do we grade our students What are different types of assessments that can be used when grading categories or examples ID: 646562 Download Presentation
and Why Many Traditional Grading Practices Miss the Mark. Presented by: . Amy Cashwell. We will:. Examine the purpose of grading. Realize the complexity of grading. Recognize the importance of critically examining traditional grading practices.
Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity. Learning Outcomes:. By completing this workshop, you will be able to:. Assess effective reading strategies . Differentiate. . between passive reading and active reading.
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This module is designed to provide the slides and materials needed to teach school staff, students and families about a SW-PBS Effective Classroom Practices.. Notes have been written to assist with the presentation..
Fred Heid, Superintendent. May 20, 2015. Proposed D300 Middle School Assessment Enhancement Plan. Major Plan Components:. I. District Wide Middle School Grading Policy. Target Effective Date: 15-16 School Year.
“For teachers, as for students, the most effective evaluation comes from someone who sits besides us and helps us grow.”. . Carol Ann Tomlinson. SCRUBS Evaluation. “One of the biggest challenges facing school-level administrators is directly addressing performance issues- both positive and negative……a typical school includes staff members who might be classified as 30% superstars , 50% middle stars, and 20% falling stars…. It is natural to recognize exceptional performance from the superstars as well as to ignore inferior performance from the falling stars….You simply cannot ignore performance issues and expect your superstars to stick around very long.”.
Helen Alexander firstname.lastname@example.org. Objectives. To raise awareness of one’s own expectations and definitions of, and preferences for, collaborative communication. To discuss factors that affect perceptions about effective and/or appropriate communicative interactions.
Practices and Strategies. Lynn Kelting-Gibson . Ed.D. .. l. ynn.keltinggibson@. montana.edu. Department of Education. Preassessment. (cards). Why do we grade our students?. How do we grade our students?.