Most aspects of grading and reporting have been around forever and reflect traditions that have been a part of our education system since the early 1900's. Though these traditions are entrenched in our education culture and part of everyone's school experience, it doesn't mean that they work, are accurate, or are in the best interest for our students.
In this first episode of the series on the subject of Grading, Assessment and Evaluations, Dr. Colin Roche defines and discusses formative and summative assessment, and why teachers first need to understand their uses before designing their assessment instruments.
A few of the many resources that influence our approach are the books, "On Your Mark" by Thomas Guskey, "A Repair Kit For Grading" by Ken O'Connor, and "Learner-Centered Assessment on College Campuses" by Mary Huba and Jann Freed.
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