Tuesday, March 26 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Using the Gradebook to Report What Students Learn, Not Earn

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How do I set up my gradebook? It’s the end of the quarter; what do I put on the report card? What about missing work? Retakes? Shifting to a proficiency-based system requires rethinking our methods of tracking students’ progress. In this session, participants will explore the purpose of grading, clarify distinctions between grading and reporting, and share practices that support proficiency-based learning. Participants will review best practices for reporting grades, explore topics of interest related to specific gradebook systems, and discuss challenging questions teachers face in the shift to reporting within a proficiency-based system.

Additional Resources:
Grading Principles and Guidelines
Understanding Standards-Based Grading 
Great Schools Partnership: Grading & Reporting
Research Supporting Grading & Reporting
Let’s Give Up the Search for “Best Practices” in Grading
Mastery Transcript Consortium

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Jean Haeger

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
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Arielle Sprotzer

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership

Tuesday March 26, 2019 1:15pm - 2:30pm EDT
Room 201