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Standards-Based Grading

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David Whitby

on 28 May 2015

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Transcript of Standards-Based Grading

Standards Based Grading
Standard L3.A2.3 | Understand and replicate the basic structure of a Lego house.
Let's look at a few examples of student work and how they were assessed. We'll look at the work of our four fictional students - Tommy, Jane, Larry and Tina - and assess them according to the standard.
Tommy created this Lego house:
How do we assess it?
Did he meet the standard?
Yes! We'd give this a
3
because Tommy met the standard - he built a Lego structure that is very clearly a house.

This Prezi will walk you through an example of standards based grading. For this presentation, we'll use a fictional standard and fictional students. The standard that we will use:
Jane created this Lego house:
How do we assess it?
Did she meet the standard?
Not quite. We'd give this a
2
because Jane is making progress toward meeting the standard - she built a Lego structure that shows
part
of a house.

Larry created this Lego house:
How do we assess it?
Did he meet the standard?
No. We'd give this a
1
because Larry did not show any understanding of the standard - he built a Lego structure that shows no resemblance to a house.

Tina created this Lego house:
How do we assess it?
Did she meet the standard?
Absolutely! We'd give this a
4
because Tina met the standard and more - she built a Lego structure that is very clearly a house
and
she created a step-by-step manual for it.

Standards based grading gives parents, students and teachers a clear picture of how each student is progressing in his/her current grade level.
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