Enacting an effective grading system that emphasizes the secondary studentas learning process! The book is written in an articulate and direct format that highlights successful practices, programs and activities that support effective implementation of changing grading systems. Providing research of grading reforms that were enacted by an active teacher dialogue with the studentas perspective taken into consideration Addressing the shortcomings of no failure policies in the overall learning process Researching perception of effort limitations and the impact of grades given to the student by an instructor Considering restraints of grading policies due to vagueness and constrictive focusPractical Strategies to Prevent Failure, Recover Credits, and Increase Standards- Based/Referenced Grading Dave Nagel ... grades as well as now cite textual evidence to support their analysis of what they read. Teachers ... In the example task displayed in Figure 7.4, Mrs. Hatchera#39;s eighthgrade language arts students were asked to analyze the central idea of a passage from Fredrick Douglas through aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Effective Grading Practices for Secondary Teachers|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2015-03-24|