Presentation on theme: "Standards-based Report Cards One part of a Standards-based Reporting System."— Presentation transcript:
Standards-based Report Cards One part of a Standards-based Reporting System
Our Objective This presentation will give participants an overview of considerations as they move forward with a standards- based reporting system. It will NOT be everything you need to know to implement a SBR system tomorrow.
Considerations When creating and implementing a standards-based report card: Determine the purpose of the report card Establish that it is only one part of the reporting system Educate all on standards-based grading
Considerations Create a report card Start small, but get started Create the need for common assessments and guidelines When creating and implementing a standards-based report card:
Determine the purpose of the report card Why do you have a report card? Who is its intended audience? What information is it intended to share? After reflecting on these questions, create a card that is appropriate for its intended audience and purpose.
Establish that the report card is only one part of the reporting system Report cardConferencesPhone calls Informal meeting Online
Educate all stakeholders on the standards-based grading philosophy
Create a report card
Start small, but get started
Create the need for common assessments and guidelines
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