Adopt the cultural shift your district needs.
That shift is towards a standards-based grading mindset. The traditional all-or-nothing, percentage and letter grades approach is no longer the only option.
When embarking on the journey of standards-based grading, you will be intentionally tracking your students’ learning. As a result of the accountability & expectations that come with this mindset, students and teachers have more freedom to explore their interests and preferences.
Read this guide to take a closer look at:
- Standards-based Grading Vs. Traditional Grading
- Standards-based Grading Pros and Cons
- Standards-based Grading for Parents
- Supporting standards-based grading with technology