Communicating about student achievement requires accurate, consistent and meaningful grades. Educators interested in examining and improving grading practices should ask the following questions: * Am I confident that students in my classroom receive consistent, accurate and meaningful grades that support learning? * Am I confident that the grades I assign students accurately reflect my school or district's published performance standards and desired learning outcomes? In many schools, the answers to these questions often range from qnot veryq to qnot at all.q When that's the case, grades are qbrokenq and teachers and schools need a qrepair kitq to fix them. A Repair Kit for Grading: 15 Fixes for Broken Grades, 2/e gives teachers and administrators 15 ways to make the necessary repairs. Additional Resources from ATI Visit http://www.ati.pearson.com to read more articles on assessment, download study guides, and more!aquot; When thata#39;s the case, grades are aquot;brokenaquot; and teachers and schools need a aquot;repair kitaquot; to fix them. A Repair Kit for Grading: 15 Fixes for Broken Grades, 2/e gives teachers and administrators 15 ways to make the necessary repairs.
|Title||:||A Repair Kit for Grading|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2010-11|