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Grades matter. But what do they mean? Check out AE's grading conference for educators like you!
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Unthinking Grading
Grant Wiggins  
Turn over a new leaf and change that bad grading habit
Fearless Learning
Stan Izen  
So That Grades Communicate Accurately
Ken O'Connor  
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Opinions
Dale Lyles  
Remembrances of grades past
The Contrarian
Grant Wiggins  
The Contrarian has a grading bone to pick with educators
  Design Corner
Unit of the Month - Math  
A unit that explores what is fair through measures of central tendency
Ask Dr. Ed.D.  
The doctor tackles revision issues
Course Learning Goals  
A worksheet to help you assess your best
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Kathy Davis  
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Liz Giles-Brown  
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Julianne Desormeaux  
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Beth Krasemann  
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Grisel Lopez-Diaz  
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Kelley Springer  
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Grading Tips  
Characteristics of a good grading system
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Dozens of good links on grading and alternative assessment
Events  
Some good professional development opportunities here for you!
Ha!  
A student notes her dissatisfaction with a teacher's grading system
Authentic Education Handouts
Grant Wiggins  
Tune in regularly here for handouts from Grant's conferences
  Leaders' Pages
Welcome to the Leaders' Pages  
A section designed with leaders and administrators in mind
Where Does Spite Fit into the Rubric?
Anna Moore  
Grading students that rub you the wrong way
Conversation Starters  
Jump-start faculty conversations about grading with Big Ideas
What's an A?  
How to get faculty on the same grading page
Yes, but...
Grant Wiggins and Denise Wilbur  
Dealing with skeptics
  Community of Learners
Diary: Teaching Friends Teaching Group
Beth Krasemann  
Entries on the progress of Beth's Teaching Friends group this fall
Book Review: Teaching as a Subversive Activity  
A review of an oldie but goodie
Ten Tips for Observing
Beth Krasemann  
Quick suggestions for how to observe and be observed effectively
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