Standards-Based Report Card
During the 2014-2015 school year, the Woodbridge School District implemented a standards-based report card in First through Sixth Grade. A committee of teachers, curriculum specialists, administrators and members of the district’s technology department worked diligently to create this new standards-based report card. The new report card is comprehensive and detailed in the way it reflects each child’s progress. It will assist parents and educators in identifying both strengths and areas requiring further development. The expectation is that this new reporting system will be used as a tool to improve student growth over time by promoting more personalized learning for every child.
- What Are Standards?
- What Is A Standards-Based Report Card?
- How Does Standards-Based Grading Differ From Traditional Grading?
- What Examples Of Data Do Teachers Use To Assign Marks?
- Is It Possible For Students To “Drop” From One Marking Period To Another?
- What Happens If A Student Receives A “2” In The First And Second Term And A “1” In The Third Term?
- How Are Students With IEPs Going To Be Evaluated So That They Do Not Receive All Scores Of “1”?
- Will My Student Still Receive Teacher Comments On His/Her Report Card?
- How Will Parents Know What Is Being Done For Students Who Have Met The Standards?
- How Do The Teachers Decide On A Grade For A Student? Is It Consistent Throughout The Grade?
- Is Every Teacher Going To Be Required To Provide A Narrative?
- Where Are Strengths Like Creativity Reported?
- Could There Be A Summative Rating For Each Subject?
- Why Has A 3-Point Scale Been Chosen To Describe Student Performance?
- Are All The Same Topics Covered In Science?
- Why Are There Separate Behavior Standards For World Language, Health, And Music?
- How Does A Standards-Based Report Card Reflect Percentage And Class Rank?
- What If I Have Additional Questions?