How should teachers and schools take on the task of defining an informative progress report that matches the curriculum? What are the long- and short-term effects of our current grading and reporting systems on children? What alternative reporting methods should we consider? Report Card on Report Cards is a collection of writings by educators seeking answers to these kinds of questions as they attempt to align their beliefs with their classroom practices. Narratives, developmental continuums, and indicators of progress toward outcomes are explored in the contributors' own stories. Those contributors present and describe some of the authentic assessment and reporting strategies that they have devised and are using in their own classes. You will find articles on home and school collaboration, student self-assessment, the technology available to help develop report forms, and more.
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