Standards-based grading and reporting will improve education By Marco A. Guskey Making clear linkages between standards, assessment, grading, and reporting that are concisely reported work for the betterment of ALL students. Grading and reporting are foundational elements in nearly every educational system. Reporting is how the results of those evaluations are communicated to students, parents, or others.
There are three places from which to access assignments. The first is the To Do list Awhich opens as soon as you sign into Connect. This list contains the most pressing assignments from all of your classes: You can also access assignments from your Calendar A and choose to see them by day, week or month B.
To see assignments due on a particular day, simply click the day. To access all of the assignments within a particular class, click the class name A. You can also use the Classes menu B and select the class there C. Here you can find: LearnSmart can even identify your level of confidence.
LearnSmart requires you to identify how well you think you know an answer before allowing you to answer it. Select one of the four options A to answer the question. Use the progress bar B to track your status at any time while taking the assignment.
Note that you can provide feedback about question or assignment content by clicking the comment icon C. Click the Assignment tab A to see a list of all of your LearnSmart assignments.
To return to Connect, click Leave Assignment B. Click My Reports A to learn more about your performance and learning status.
You can view sections you struggled with most, find more challenging sections and review the accuracy of your self-assessment, among other things. The Recharge attempts are for study purposes only and will not be graded. Then click Begin B.
On the Connect welcome page, click Register A. Enter your email address A and click Submit B. Choose one of three ways to register for your class: Courtesy access is particularly useful for students who are awaiting financial aid and for those who may drop the class. Review the class for which you are registering.
Then click Continue A. Then click Complete My Registration B. This also indicates that your Canvas account and Connect account are linked together. From here you can go to Connect A or return to Canvas B. Return to Canvas at any time by clicking the Return to Registering for Connect from Canvas For information about your scores, reports and overall performance in specific classes, click the Results menu A and then the class B.
Then select the assignment you want to take B.
Click Launch A to open your assignment. Review the available assignment information and click Start assignment A.
Begin taking the assignment. You can move to the next question by click the arrow near the question dropdown menu A. Please note that these steps only apply to specific assignment types.
If you are, click Submit A. Please note that this step only applies to specific assignment types. Click Grades A to view your grades. Click on an assignment to see more information.
Pairing a Canvas course with an existing Connect account Video upload guide Each of the guides provides important information to help you get the best result when uploading a video to Connect. Read the General Recording Guidelines, then select the guide relevant to how you want to record your video:Classroom assessment and grading practices have the potential not only to measure and report learning but also to promote it.
Indeed, recent research has documented the benefits of regular use of diagnostic and formative assessments as feedback for learning (Black, Harrison, Lee, . As assessments are implemented for the first time, a standard setting process is required.
The Department seeks input from educators, school districts, and business and community leaders to determine the proposed Achievement Level standards for the new statewide assessments, and the State Board of Education ultimately establishes the standards in State Board of Education Rule based on .
Classroom assessment and grading practices have the potential not only to measure and report learning but also to promote it. Indeed, recent research has documented the benefits of regular use of diagnostic and formative assessments as feedback for learning (Black, Harrison, Lee, Marshall, & Wiliam, ).
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By Marco A. Muñoz and Thomas R. Guskey. Making clear linkages between standards, assessment, grading, and reporting that are concisely reported work for the betterment of ALL students.