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Effective Grading Practices for the 21stCentury Classroom
By: Amy Bland, Misti Holloway,
and Katherine Jones
(Reeves, D.(2008) Leading to change/effective grading practices. Educational Leadership.)
Practices vary greatly among teachers in the same school.
“ Giving a zero on a 100 point scale for missing work is a mathematical inaccuracy.” (Reeves, 2004)
“Threats of failure do not work for students”
(Reeves, 2204, p. 325).
Just 2-3 zeros can cause failure for a semester.
2-3 failures can cause a student to drop out of school ( Reeves, 2004).
Black, Harrison, Lee, Marshall, & Wiliam, (2003)
Peer and Self Evaluations
Learn how effectively and easily to use anecdotal notes.
Learn the best practices that are aimed at learning targets.
Learn to implement summarizes practices that develop critical thinking.
Stake, R. (1998). Some comments on assessment in U.S. education. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 6(14), 1-8.