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Fair Isn't Always Equal

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Fair Isn't Always Equal

Assessing & Grading in the Differentiated Classroom


Fair Isn't Always EqualRick Wormeli 

Stenhouse Publishers, 2006

ISBN: 1-57110-424-0


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Section I: Differentiation and Mastery

     Chapter 1: The Differentiated Mind-set: Rationale and Definition

     Chapter 2: Mastery

 

Section II: Assessment

     Chapter 3: Principles of Successful Assessment in the Differentiated Classroom

     Chapter 4: Three Important Types of Assessment

     Chapter 5: Tierring Assessments

     Chapter 6: Creating Good Test Questions

 

Section III: Grading

     Chapter 7: The Relative Nature of Grades and Their Definitions

     Chapter 8: Why Do We Grade, and What About Effort, Attendance and Behavior?

     Chapter 9: Ten Approaches to Avoid When Differentiating Assessment and Grading

     Chapter 10: Conditions for Redoing Work for Full Credit

     Chapter 11: Six Burning Grade Issues

     Chapter 12: Grading Scales

     Chapter 13: Gradebook Formats for the Differentiated Classroom

     Chapter 14: Responsive Report Card Formats

 

Section IV: Implementation and the Big Picture

     Chapter 15: Thirty-Six Steps to Support Colleagues as They Move Toward Successful Practices for

                         Differentiated Classrooms

     Chapter 16: Putting It All Together: How Do Differentiating Teachers Assess and Grade Differently?

 

 

 

Comments (1)

Kim Mayer said

at 12:26 pm on Sep 9, 2010

Cindy, how great that you took the time to set this up. This format is convenient and gets around all of our issues with meeting times! I am hopeful we will have staff who are interested in this book study. I made Marty aware of this to include as a possible option for teachers this year.

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