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## Bibliography: Books that groove with grading

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- How to Grade For Learning, Linking Grades to Standards by Ken O'Connor
- What's Math Got to Do With It?, by Jo Boaler
- Results Now, by Michael Schmoker
- Rethinking Homework, by Cathy Vatterott
- Improving Student Learning One Teacher At A Time, by Jane Pollock
- Transforming Classroom Grading, by Robert Marzano
- Ahead of the Curve, The Power of Assessment to Transform Teaching & Learning, by Ainsworth, Almeida, Davies, and DuFour
- Differentiation, by Rick Wormeli
- Fair Isn't Always Equal, by Rick Wormeli

Do you create and post a rubric for every objective that students are expected to master?

ReplyDeleteNo. The graph rubric was created because I realized that I was looking for different things when I graded graphs. Otherwise I just use the general rubric for everything.

ReplyDeleteI do try to show students examples of 4-3-2-1 work for certain objectives, usually based on their work on as assessment, so they understand what explaining/using math vocab/making connections could look like for that objective.