April 2014 SBR podcast

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April 2014 SBR podcast

  1. 1. Standards-Based Reporting What students truly know, understand and are able to do is the foundation of standards-based reporting.
  2. 2. Standards-Based Reporting Grades on a more traditional report card are not always solely determined by what a student knows, understands and is able to do.
  3. 3. Evidence for Standards-Based Grades ❏ Quiz ❏ Homework ❏ Exit ticket ❏ Open-response question ❏ Lab write-up ❏ Writing assignment ❏ Problem of the week ❏ Summative assessment
  4. 4. Multi-Standard Evidence
  5. 5. Assignment Standards Based Scale
  6. 6. Standards-Based Assignment Grades in PowerSchool Ferris Bueller 50% 2 1 Lloyd Dobbler 94% 3 3 Brian Johnson 88% 3 3 Jake Ryan 78% 2 2 Andie Walsh 93% 3 3 StandardGrade forStandard1 StandardGrade forStandard2
  7. 7. Determining End of Trimester Grades Standard 1 Trimester 1 Benchmarks
  8. 8. Report Card Standards Based Scale
  9. 9. Next Steps to Implementation ❏ Determine which evidence can support proficiency with regard to Trimester I benchmarks ❏ Calibrate scoring on some Trimester 1 benchmarks
  10. 10. This presentation has been influenced by works from the following national leaders in education: Robert J. Marzano,Douglas B. Reeves, Thomas R. Guskey, Jane M. Bailey,Ken O’Connor, and Shrewsbury School District, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.

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