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Monday, July 11 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
A Hybrid Approach to Standards-Based Grading: Using Schoology Rubrics in a 100-Point Environment (Workshop, 75 min)

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Standards-based grading stands in opposition to the 100-point scale. But there are ways to provide clarity in feedback while operating in a 100-point environment. Learn how to create and use rubrics in Schoology, how to create meaningful rubric criteria, and how to convert the four-point scale to percentage grades. This “nuts & bolts” session will also touch on the issues of cultivating a growth mindset for your students and transforming the “cult of grades” into a “culture of proficiency” for your faculty.

Session Objectives:
Attendees will come away from this session with 1) technical understanding of how to create rubrics and integrate them into assessments, 2) a high-functioning philosophy behind effective rubric use based on the work of Thomas Guskey and Bob Marzano and 3) a proven strategy to develop a “practitioner cohort” to scale up a user base and hasten adoption

Presented by:
Ted Sadtler
Director of Teaching & Learning
The Westminster Schools
Atlanta, GA

With 20 years of classroom experience, Ted teaches Middle School Spanish, leads the vision for MS faculty professional development, directs the Middle School's vibrant PLC culture, and serves as Instructional Coach to individual faculty.

























Monday July 11, 2016 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Glimmer 3/4

Attendees (51)