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Standards-Based Grading Roundtable: What We've Achieved and Where We're Headed

Thu., May 16, 2024, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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As K-12 grading practices evolve, it’s critical for school leaders and educators to routinely review grading policies and reflect on the effectiveness of practices to ensure adjustments are made that benefit all students.

In this webinar, you’ll hear from four school leaders who implemented standards-based grading this past school year and are huddling up to collectively enhance their understanding through feedback and reflection.

The panel will:

  • Reflect on how their school district’s current grading policies meet the goals of standards-based grading.
  • Identify specific areas within their practices that may need to be adjusted.
  • Discuss how they’ll approach grading in the new school year using all that they’ve learned.

Whether you’re just starting your journey with standards-based grading or already utilizing a standards, mastery, or competency-based system, we invite you to join the conversation. Don’t forget to submit a question for the panel when registering.

Speakers
Jessica Espinoza
Principal, Emerson Public Schools (NJ)
Susan Ejma
Director of Teaching and Learning, Maercker School District 60 (IL)
Alicia Acosta
Math Teacher, Wilmot Union High School
Tara Smith
English Language Arts Teacher, Wilmot Union High School
Moderator
Kendell Hunter
Product Marketing Manager, Otus
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