Differentiate Eighth Grade Equations with Proficiency Scales

Differentiate Eighth Grade Equations with Proficiency Scales

Pretesting and post-testing your students is the easiest way to practice standards based grading. The hardest part for me was figuring out how to TEACH differently. Proficiency Scales are all about helping students show growth in small steps instead of being...
Differentiate Seventh Grade Ratios with Proficiency Scales

Differentiate Seventh Grade Ratios with Proficiency Scales

Standards based grading means that you can pre-assess and post-assess your students to document their progress; but how do you TEACH differently? Proficiency Scales are all about helping students show growth in small steps instead of being overwhelmed by a year-end...
Differentiate Sixth Grade Ratios with Proficiency Scales

Differentiate Sixth Grade Ratios with Proficiency Scales

Pre-testing and post-testing is the easy part; but how do you TEACH differently with Standards based grading? Proficiency Scales are all about helping students show growth in small steps instead of being overwhelmed by a year-end goal that seems way over their head....
Differentiate Fifth Grade Equations with Proficiency Scales

Differentiate Fifth Grade Equations with Proficiency Scales

How do you differentiate Fifth grade equations with proficiency scales? Proficiency Scales are all about helping students show growth in small steps instead of being overwhelmed by a year-end goal that seems way over their head. Pre-testing and post-testing is the...
Differentiate Fourth Grade Geometry with Proficiency Scales

Differentiate Fourth Grade Geometry with Proficiency Scales

Pre-testing and post-testing is the easy part; but how do you TEACH differently with Standards based grading? Proficiency Scales are all about helping students show growth in small steps instead of being overwhelmed by a year-end goal that seems way over their head....

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