A Grading And Assessment Workbook For Teachers

TeacherVision contributor and instructional coach Julie Mason designed this workbook in order to share best practices for grading and assessment. She shares six strategies that making grading less time-consuming and more impactful for students. She also includes her favorite formative assessments for students.

Table of Contents

  1. Why We Created This Workbook
  2. Create Comment Banks
  3. Use Report Card Comments
  4. Assign And Grade In Batches
  5. Try Focus Area Revisions
  6. Use Grading Checklists
  7. Invest In Highlighters And Create A Code
  8. Formative Assessments For Students
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