Grading, Reporting and Learning (EDUO41I)

Presented By: Thomas R. Guskey , Ph.D.
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Event Details
  • Pre-recorded Webinar
  • 60 minutes
  • Thu, October 16, 2014
Event Description

Grading, Reporting and Learning is Crucial for Those Wanting to Lead Successful Reforms in Student Learning. Help is at Hand.

It is imperative to know, with the changing world and changing educational methods about how to align grading and reporting with reforms in curriculum, instruction and assessment.

This session by expert speaker Thomas R. Guskey, Ph.D. is going to provide practical tips and tricks which will help you improve grading and reporting policies and practices. This practical session will address to the most crucial issues for those of you who want to lead successful reforms in grading and reporting student learning.

Taking part in this session will help you understand:

  • Purposes of grading
  • Advantages and shortcomings of different grading methods
  • The use of thoughtful and informed professional judgment
  • Using grades as rewards and/or punishments
  • Various means of communicating with parents and family

Training Objective:

  • Know the advantages and shortcomings of different grading methods and the implications of those methods for classroom policy and practice.
  • Explore various strategies for using professional judgment to ensure grades are fair, accurate, meaningful and educationally sound.
  • Prepare to develop guidelines for implementing effective standards-based grading policies and practices at all grade levels.

Who Should Attend

Educators at all levels, but especially those involved in K-12 education.

 

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About Our Speaker(s)

Thomas R. Guskey Ph.D.
Thomas R. Guskey, Ph.D., is Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Kentucky. A graduate of the University of Chicago, he began his career as a middle school teacher, served as an administrator in Chicago Public Schools, and was the first Director of the Center for the Improvement of Teaching and Learn... More info