Rick Wormeli: Standards-Based Grading
WhereClearwater High School 1201 East Ross Clearwater, KS. 67026
Join us for a candid and compelling look at what is and is not standards-based assessment and grading. We will explore what it means to be truly evidence-based in assessing and reporting students' achievements regarding standards and learner outcomes, and we will address the biggest concerns in grading today:
- zeroes on the 100-point scale
- grading scales
- late work
- what colleges are seeking
- marking homework
- extra credit
- gradebook and report card designs
- formative vs. summative assessments
- what constitutes evidence of mastery
- reporting behavior/effort/character elements
- disaggregation, and much more
Don't miss this chance to confront misconceptions and make the most of students' learning!
Workshop Fee: $80/person includes lunch
Available for one hour graduate credit through Baker University for an additional $90. Outside assignment required.
Cancellations must be received 48 hours in advance or fees will be due; same district substitutions are allowed. If Orion is not notified of a cancellation, the district is still responsible for the enrollment fee. We understand that there can be emergencies and we will work with those on an individual basis once we have been contacted in a timely manner.