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Developing Grading and Reporting Systems for Student Learning
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Developing Grading and Reporting Systems for Student Learning



December 2000 | 240 pages | Corwin
Teachers, parents, students, administrators and community members all generally agree that we need better grading and reporting systems. Here is the first serious look at the issue to provide all involved with a coherent and thoughtful framework. The goal to develop a deeper and more reflective understanding of the various aspects of the subject, and to bring some organization and clarity to this topic.
 
Introduction
 
Defining the Impetus for Change
 
Exploring the History of Grading and Reporting
 
Laying a Foundation for Change
 
Building a Grading and Reporting System
 
Grading and Reporting Methods I
Letter Grades, Percentage Grades and Other Categorical Grading

 
 
Grading and Reporting Methods II
Standards-Based, Pass/Fail, Mastery Grading and Narratives

 
 
Grading and Reporting for Students with Special Needs
 
Special Problems in Grading and Reporting
 
Model Reporting Forms
 
Guidelines for Developing Effective Reporting Systems

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