Contributor: Robbin Bauman | Length : 53 | File type : Audio
When report card time comes, are your teachers looking forward to the job? Have you, as a board, empowered them with the information that they need to handle this important aspect of their work with c... Read More
Contributor: Jonas Sauder | File type : Curricular
Grading a math worksheet is one thing. What about creative writing? Art?
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Contributor: Derek Overholt | Length : 44 | File type : Audio
Explore and understand the diverse options you have for evaluating the progress of a student: grading, report cards, achievement tests, teacher observation, etc
Contributor: Allen Troyer | Length : 9 | File type : Video
What do eggs, bubbles, and two sharp pencils have in common? They're all connected to success in achievement tests! Allen Troyer has helped schools improve their testing experience for more than twent... Read More
Contributor: Allen Troyer | Length : 40 | File type : Audio
"Good morning, students! It's achievement test time!"
Is your school ready to handle achievement tests successfully? Allen describes and models best practices for before, during, and after test day... Read More
Contributor: Brian J Martin | Length : 5 | File type : Video
Tests, quizzes, and gradebooks: these tools demonstrate to you what your students know. But how can they help your students? Brian encourages teachers to view assessments as more than a chance to capt... Read More
Contributor: Lorne Martin | Length : 39 | File type : Audio
The why of achievement tests: We maintain what we value, and we value what we understand. Let's see if we can better understand so we perceive the value of what we would like to maintain.
Contributor: Matthew Mast | File type : Curricular
A college-level research project on PowerPoint. Matthew Mast begins with defining the Common Core State Standards, telling why and how they were set. He lists pros and cons of using them in our Christ... Read More
Contributor: Peter Goertzen | File type : Blog Post
I hate grades.
Well, not exactly. I hate the way students (and parents) are conditioned to think about grades in too many cases. A good grade—or at least a passing grade—is often viewed as ... Read More