This study also suggests that teacher educators might consider along with their students the question of what grades represent. Are they a measure of student learning, or effort, or improvement, or something else? Teacher candidates need to be challenged to consider the complexities of the issue before they arrive in classrooms.Then depending on. . .where their skills were when I spoke with them, we have our standards that we grade 4, 3, 2, 1, and thata#39;s more ... were they strugglinga#39; so I can write a comment on the report card and know what to work on for the next marking period. ... We write paragraphs and I pull a lot from thataquot; (KC.5SW.05.1 1.21).
|Title||:||Teachers' Responses to Mandated Assessment: Case Studies of Teachers' Assessment Practices in Elementary Classrooms|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|