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Importance of Grades

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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • State the purposes of grading.
    • Describe the features of the various types of grading systems.
    • Determine the steps to take when assigning grades.
    • Identify nonahievement outcomes and determine how they can be measured and reported.
    • Describe the information that needs to be recorded in the grade book and how it can be formatted in an efficient manner.
    • Determine ways to report grades and effectively communicate to families.
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    • Marks or grades (are used interchangeably)— are summative, numerical, or quasi-numerical symbols that represent a student’s performance during a course and becomes part of their permanent records.
    • Score – is assigned for specific records (homework, assignment, or test); formative evaluation.
    • Grades —used to evaluate and represent the extent of student achievement and competence after instruction as occurred.
  • 4.
    • What are the purposes of grading
    • What kind of grading systems can be used?
    • How are grades to be assigned?
    • How are nonachievement outcomes reported?
    • How can gradebook be formatted?
    • How can informtion be recorded in it?
    • How is student progress to reported to families?
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