Standards based grading

Discover the best practices and strategies for implementing standards based grading in your classroom. Improve student learning and assessment with this effective approach to grading.
5th Grade Reading, Standards Based Grading, Common Core State Standards, Instructional Coaching, Reading Assessment, Teaching Time, Teacher Lesson Plans, Primary Teachers, Elementary Lesson Plans

What is Standards-Based Grading, Why is It So Hard, and How to Tackle It! Standards-based grading’s advent came around in 2012, two years after the Common Core State Standards initiative. Since then, many states have adopted or adapted new standards based on the original Common Core State Standards. Even if your state isn’t a Common […]

Ashley Krueger
Walking Through Standards Based Grading: Part 1 - Young Teacher Love Organisation, Ideas, Standards Based Assessment, Standards Based Grading Rubric, Standards Based Grading, Teaching Resources, Standards Based Report Cards, Teacher Grading System, Academic Enrichment

It has been my goal to really dig deep into standards based grading to help you better understand it. The idea of standards based grading aligns PERFECTLY with my Student Data Tracking Binders (click HERE to read up on these) and my Standards Based Assessments (click HERE to read up on these), so I figured...

Shianne Holman

Tips for easing into Standards Based Grading from a traditional grading system.Grading is something teachers and students can easily take for granted. We've worked within the same 100 point scale, A-F system for a very long time. However, I'm a big fan of questioning systems, especially when it becomes glaringly obvious that our current system rewards compliant behavior as much as, if not more than, learning. So I started to ask questions. Is our current grading system an accurate measure of…

Rachel Eyre
Standards Based Portfolios in My Classroom – Adrienne Teaches Teaching Standards, Formative Assessment, Standards Based Grading, Standards Based Assessment, Standards Based Report Cards, 5th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Third, 3rd Grade Social Studies, Teaching Reading

Welcome to my blog! I wanted to return with an update on how our standards-based portfolios are going. If you missed my initial post about this, you can check it out here. First some facts about me: I teach 3rd grade in Virginia and my county is relatively new to standards based grading. I am

Elisha Locklear