This week’s guest, David Frangiosa, shares how he used multiple grading procedures to discover a process that revolutionized his classroom and shifted the focus to learning, which was going gradeless. We dive into this structure of feedback, student self pacing, and the misconceptions of this system. In this episode, we discuss:
Utilizing an Accountability Checklist
The differences of going gradeless vs. Standards Based Grading
And his book, Going Gradeless: Shifting the Focus to Student Learning!
About David Frangiosa:
David Frangiosa is a high school science teacher from Northern NJ and the co-author of Going Gradeless: Shifting the Focus to Student Learning, Corwin Press. Over the past seven years, he has been performing action research on grade reform and the impact of various instructional approaches. He is an educational blogger who maintains his own blog at ReimaginedSchools.com, as well as contributes to the TeachBetter blog, SchoolRubric and Teachers Going Gradeless. He also hosts the podcast, From Earning to Learning.Follow David Frangiosa:
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