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Friday, October 14 • 2:00pm - 2:20pm
How to eat an elephant: Small bites toward equitable grading

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Equitable grading has been encouraged for years, but COVID-19 shed light on how traditional grading hurts students. Teachers are looking for ways to grade better by making grading more equitable. This session looks at how traditional grading contributes to inequity and what teachers can do to combat it. With a focus on rubrics specifically, participants will analyze features of equitable rubrics and apply that to the revision or design of a rubric for their class.

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Megan Balduf

Teacher, Fairfax County Public Schools
Megan Balduf has been a classroom teacher for close to twenty years. Throughout her career, Megan continues to grow and learn to be a better teacher today than she was yesterday. Since early 2020, she has put her focus on grading better, consciously working toward more equitable grading... Read More →

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