Creating learning experiences that supports equity, invites all students into the experience, and honors cultural responsiveness is the result of intentional planning.
- Grading for Equity in ELA: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How It Can Transform Schools and Classrooms
Round 1: In the English classroom, grades 6-12
Many of us grade the way we were graded as students, but some of these practices reflect mathematical inaccuracies that do not reflect student learning, unintentionally create advantages for some students and disadvantages for others, and often discourage engagement and motivation. Examining our grading procedures will help us move toward equitable and inclusive practices.
Session 1: Introduction
Session 2: Foundations of Grading
Session 3: Traditional Grading and Risk-Talking
Session 4: Traditional Grading, Biases, and Accuracy of Information
Session 5: Grading, Motivation, and a New Vision
- Grading for Equity in any content area: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How It Can Transform Schools and Classrooms
Round 2: In any classroom grades 6-12
Session 1: Foundations of grading. Session recording
Session 3: Call for change. recording
Session 5: Accuracy part 2. recording
Session 6: Bias-resistant practices part 2. Chapter 10 study guide.