Reimagining Reporting

Getting Rid of Grade Levels: A Personalized Learning Recipe for Public Schools

By Travis Lape and first published on EdSurge. Travis Lape (@travislape) is a Technology Integrationist at Harrisburg South Middle School
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Getting Rid of Grade Levels: A Personalized Learning Recipe for Public Schools

Tackling the Challenging Task of Creating a K-5 Problem Solving Rubric for Math

How can students receive meaningful feedback on work in a math classroom that goes beyond getting the problems right or
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Tackling the Challenging Task of Creating a K-5 Problem Solving Rubric for Math

How to Make Personalized Learning Come Alive at a Systems Level

I have the privilege to work as a consultant with Vista Unified over the next several years to support their
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How to Make Personalized Learning Come Alive at a Systems Level

Beware of the Test Prep Trap

In this era of accountability, educators throughout the nation are under pressure. Administrators are held accountable for student achievement in
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Beware of the Test Prep Trap

What Does It Mean to Reimagine Reporting?

Grading and reporting student performance is due for an overhaul. We have the technology to shift away from 10-week cycle of report cards that often do not reveal a true snapshot of student achievement.

This category features ideas from teachers and schools that are committed to:

  • Separate out achievement from effort from growth
  • Draft performance indicators that describe what quality looks like
  • Have students track growth in performance over time based on indicators
  • Encourage student-led conferences to share artifacts of learning and collaboratively identify goals and next steps