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: averaging, zeroes on the 100-point scale, re-do's, percentages, grading scales, late work, valedictorian, what colleges are seeking, ethics/integrity, 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!
Date: Monday, January 20, 2020
Location: Clearwater High School 1201 East Ross Clearwater, KS. 67026
Member District: $80 includes lunch
Non-member: $120 includes lunch
Available for 1 hour of college credit through Baker University for an additional $90.00
Outside assignment is required for the College Credit