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Are You Ready to Go Grade-Less?
Are You Ready to Go Grade-Less?
The Core Collaborative COURSE
THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!

Frustration.


Every time I had to do report cards I felt frustration bordering on anger. How was I supposed to communicate learning with one grade without making every student‘s learning seem the same? Averaged scores say very little about actual learning: Any number of students can earn a B for many different combinations of reasons. A gifted student who does little work may receive the same grade as a struggling student who has improved steadily throughout the course or a student who started off strongly but performed poorly in the last quarter. Unfortunately, in high school a single number or letter grade on a report card is supposed to communicate a great deal of important information.


Learners will:

Explore their current beliefs around grading and assessment

Consider alternatives to traditional methods to communicate learning

Learn ways to rebrand their assignments

Develop a means to increase student partnerships 

Learn how reflection and self-assessment can improve instruction and deeper learning

Develop a portfolio system that will aid in showing student progress


Individual Registration: $250.00

Team Registration: $3,960.00 *Includes 25 registrants


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