2 How the new report card was created? A report card committee was formed.Committee members selected the most appropriate method for grading by developing new criteria that is consistent across grade levelsDeveloped a standards-based report card using Chatham Elementary School’s template and other resources to incorporate the Massachusetts Common Core Standards
3 Traditional vs. Standard Based Report Card Traditional Report CardStandards-based Report CardStudents were assessed in each subject area on skills taught.Students receive multiple grades because the subject areas have been broken into broad categories that encompass the standards students are learningPerformance criteria were different in each grade level and based on a different grading system.Students receive grades based on numeric level.
4 Similarities Traditional vs. Standard Based Report Card Students’ grades are representative of the student’s progress at the time the teacher marks the report card. Teachers consider the most current assessment data in determining grades.Students still receive grades on effort and work habits.
5 Common Core Standards Based Report Card If Monomoy included all Common Core standards on the report card, it would be quite lengthy and not user-friendly for parents.Instead, Monomoy correlated everything taught in our curriculum to standards for reporting to parents.The progress report standards are the same for all grade levels, K-4.
6 Fourth Grade Example GR4--READING Understands the structure and key ideas of fiction/poetryCommon Core Standards- RL ; RLUnderstands the structure and key ideas of non-fictionCommon Core Standards- IT ; ITReads grade level texts with accuracy, fluency, and expressionCommon Core Standards- RL.4.10; IT.4.10; FSUnderstands and utilizes new vocabularyCommon Core Standards- RL.4.4; IT.4.4; L.4.4
8 Levels of Performance4 EXCEEDING grade level expectations/standards consistently 3 MEETING grade level expectations/standards independently 2 APPROACHING the grade level expectations/standards, with assistance 1 BEGINNING, but not yet able to meet grade level expectations/standards N/A not addressed or formally assessed at this term M Modified work, student is accessing the curriculum at his/her identified level
9 4- EXCEEDING GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS CONSISTENTLY Level of Performance ~ 44- EXCEEDING GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS CONSISTENTLYConsistently demonstrates concepts and skills of standards taught during this termRequires no support when demonstrating understandingDemonstrates a thorough understanding of grade level content taught and can further apply it to a higher level thinkingMakes no major errors, or omissions when demonstrating concepts or processes taught
10 3- MEETING GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS INDEPENDENTLY Level of Performance ~ 33- MEETING GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS INDEPENDENTLYDemonstrates concepts and skills of standard taught during this termRequires no support when demonstrating understandingDemonstrates a general understanding of content taughtMakes few errors, or omissions when demonstrating concepts or processes
11 2 APPROACHING GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/ EXPECTATIONS WITH ASSISTANCE Level of Performance ~ 22 APPROACHING GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/ EXPECTATIONS WITH ASSISTANCERequires support in order to demonstrate learning of concepts and skillsRequires some assistance to demonstrate partial understanding of content taughtMakes errors or omissions when demonstrating concepts or processes
12 Levels of Performance ~ 1 1 BEGINNING, BUT NOT YET ABLE TO MEET GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/EXPECTATIONSRequires consistent support to demonstrate learning of concepts and skillsDemonstrates limited understanding of concepts, skills, and processes taughtMakes frequent and/or major errors when demonstrating concepts or processes