Grading with Equity in Mind
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Leaders: Tanea Hibler and Ariel Serkin
Why does grading for equity matter? Culturally responsive teaching requires that teachers look at students as individuals, they understand who students are, what challenges they face, and that they implement policies and strategies that are equitable for all learners. Teachers must also consider how one’s teaching practices, especially grading, can impact their students’ self-efficacy, their short and long-term growth, as well as future opportunities. Come learn and continue the discussion around reimagining grading, and the value and impact that equitable grading practices can have on your students.