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Incorporating & Implementing a Meaningful Grading System
On average, the practice of having students track their own progress was associated with a 32 percentile point gain in their achievement.
Implement effective grading practices. Transform your school’s grading system into one that really shows what students know and can do. Your team will explore specific aspects of standards-based grading implementation, from identifying prioritized standards and creating proficiency scales to creating aligned high-quality assessments and revising report cards. Each step of the process is thoroughly explained. Our goal is for you to leave understanding how to create vertical and horizontal alignment in your school along with a viable and guaranteed curriculum so you can ensure a high level of reliability between and within all grade levels.
This online education course, featuring the same amazing content as Strobel Education’s dynamic live workshop, invites teachers from all grade levels to learn about this innovative concept based on a popular Google practice.
The Digital Resource Bundle includes everything you need to launch this topic with your students and in your schools. You don’t have to go around finding all the “stuff”. The curriculum is created for you—relevant mini-lessons, activities, videos, collaboration articles, and all necessary resources.
In this workshop, you’ll learn what makes a meaningful grade, methods for evolving your current classroom practice and curriculum to include regular assessments, and how standards-based grading and assessment lead to a more accurate measurement of student achievement.
Level 1: $179.00
Individual Online Course Access
Level 2: $2500.00
Online Course Access for Teams Up to 25 ($100.00 each)
Level 3: $4000.00
Online Course Access for Teams Up to 50 ($80.00 each)
Level 4: $5000.00
Online Course Access for Team Up to 75 ($66.00 each)
“Kim is a dynamic presenter who keeps her audience highly engaged and truly understands standards-based grading.”
– M. Godbey, Principal, Lincoln County High School