Social Media Resources
Social media is a great way to enhance your understanding of standards-based grading practices. Through blogs, Twitter, and Facebook, you can find educators across the world who are exploring SBG at various stages in their career.
Standards Based Learning and Grading Facebook Group -"Traditional grading practices work against the natural learning process. This group is a forum for discussion surrounding the ideals and implementation of Standards-Based Learning and Grading."
#SBLChat - Tweets with this hashtag will contain information about teachers exploring Standards-Based Learning and Grading.
#growthmindset - Tweets with this hashtag will contain information about educators fostering resilience and ownership in their classrooms.
Feel free to include these hashtag in your tweets to join the global conversation!
The following educators often provide valuable thoughts and information about Standards-Based Learning and Grading:
Dan Meyer's Blog - Includes some suggestions on how you can implement SBG in a math class.
Haiku Learning Blog - Describes how Gary Abud, Michigan's 2013-14 Teacher of the Year, implemented SBG in his science classes.
Always Formative Blog - Includes a significant number of resources for those interested in implementing SBG in any classroom.
Dan Ehlert's Blog - Includes many practical suggestions for implementing SBG in a math class, building off of Dan Meyer's work.