In collaboration with Michigan Department of Education’s Bureau of Assessment & Accountability, Wayne RESA, and MI Streamnet presents
Thinking About Changing Your Grading and Assessment Practices?
Why It’s Worth Doing – For Your Students and for YOU!”
A Live Video Stream for Teachers, School Administrators, and School Leaders
Tuesday, October 2, 2012 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. EST
Amy Hodgson, Superintendent, will describe how Dansville Schools has progressed from traditional grading and assessment to a student-centered, proficiency-based approach that is increasing student achievement.
Participants will learn how teachers have applied best practice in the area of grading. Learn the step-by-step process of making these significant grading changes, the pitfalls to avoid and hear stories from students and teachers that will demonstrate why it’s worth it to change your grading and assessment paradigm.
This live event will not be bridged. However, individuals are encouraged to gather together to watch, discuss, and submit questions.
To view on-line, click on the “Live Stream” link located by program date and time, and click in. Participants will be able to download posted documents.
After the live event, this presentation may be viewed on “Video on Demand” section.
MI Streamnet Help Desk: 1-734-334-5254.
During the live event, you may send questions through the message box or you may email questions.
DVD copies will be available afterward. Cost $10 plus $4 shipping.