Standards Based Grading - Q&A - Shared screen with speaker view
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So is an "A" a 4.0, a "B" a 3.0, etc? like in a traditional GPA?
Does homework count toward final grade or the average?
can there be a valedictorian or class ranking?
Students do not get any credit for classwork or homework?
Thank you. This is Court Merrigan, btw, it's just showing Ada's name for some reason. Thanks!
This is not at all what I see on my phone. From what I see on power school, proficient is a B, correct?
my student’s power school doesn’t look anything like what you showed. there is very little information right now.
this is Amy so what happens to the kids who have test anxiety
Does the district use rubrics for all common assessments and are they same throughout the unified district?
I am with a group of parents that were not able to attend from all over the district, when is the next meeting to cover this topic again?
this is nothing like college would expect. I’m concerned that we aren’t preparing them.
my comment that I your example didn’t look like what I see is mostly that the teachers have put in little to no information
Do the kids see the proficiency scale and rubric? Have they been taught what that means?
Our district test scores are on the lower side. We have been using standard based grading for awhile now. Are the scores going up, how about preparation for life and commitment to excellence the first time not getting to do several retakes. This isn’t teal life scenario.
So in the past, Torrington, Lingle and SE all had to do common assessments at the same time block. Does that still exist? If one group masters a topic, do they still have to wait?
So if things go as expected the grades will be low and then go up by the end of the quarter...Hows does this affect sports eligibility?
When looking at power school, teachers reporting is all over. Some show 5 A's on 5 standards and a B or C as the overall grade with no evidence as to why? What would cause that?