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Students Owning the Assessment Process Through Rubric Creation

Ah, rubrics.  The favored tool for assessment by teachers.  Loved for their wonderful detail and their range of performance levels, rubrics are a great way to communicate expectations to students. 506 more words


Collecting Data in 2015-2016

It has been a long time since I have written a post! It’s been an even longer time since I have written a post about… 848 more words


How is always faulty if you don't have a why

As our school makes the shift to proficiency-based learning or PBL (aka standards-based grading), I am reminded about the struggles of big, systematic change. Changing a system is easy on the surface when you have a hierarchical structure. 1,350 more words


Recap: Standards Based Grading Series Day 1

Today, I had the pleasure of hearing both Thomas Guskey and Lee Ann Jung share their expertise on Standards Based Grading in Arlington Heights, Illinois (#sblchat). 528 more words


Standards Based Learning - Beginning the year

After much preparation, we began the year with SBL.  I created a detailed newsletter using Piktochart, then recorded a video as I discussed how SBL will work in my classroom so parents could hear instead of just read it.   198 more words

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