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The Post Pandemic Classroom: Improving the Grading System

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Overview

As we begin to test the waters of returning back to “normal” after Covid-19, we are also holding conversations about why “normal” may be the wrong destination for students, teachers, and parents. Join Dr. Rob Furman as he examines what we have learned about our “old school” grading system as a result of the pandemic. He will also discuss some changes that we should consider making to improve our grading system, including suggestions for how to get started.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, June 16, 2021 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Assessment & Review , Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: assessment, grading system, post-pandemic

Reviews (18)

 
A lot of really interesting, and truthful statements were made throughout this presentation. Unfortunately, I think this is a "bigger than me" topic that would only be able to be pushed forward to the state level with a whole community. I do think that better communication of what the students are learning, and what skills they are able to do needs to happen with parents, teachers, and communities. Very interesting topic!
 
This is important information, especially going forward after the pandemic.
 
Thank you for the informaton I can use to approach the topic with my district people.
Full Member
 

Great information. Thank you!
 
Great webinar.
Full Member
 
I can not believe this presenter did not turn off his phone then went and answered his door during the presentation. Yikes! Unprofessional. I think he needed to reschedule the webinar. His thoughts were interesting but definitely futuristic.
 
Great Information
Basic Member
 
Great information. Thank you!
Basic Member
+5
 
Lots of information to think about.
Full Member
 
You have given me a lot to ponder!
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