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  • Posted by Terry Hill on June 8, 2022 at 11:09 pm

    Jon, you mentioned that you make re-attempting missed quiz questions mandatory. Do you have consequences for students who do not re-attempt the question, and if so, what are they? Also, in our district, quizzes and tests count the same, so would you allow them to upgrade their grade all the way to 100 if they corrected everything if you had the same situation? Thanks.

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  • Jon

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    June 9, 2022 at 6:16 am

    @terry-hill Great wonders here Terry. I changed over to a standards based assessment model to address this exact situation as I wondered how to deal with these things as well.

    Since moving to that model it has become much easier to assess a student’s understanding on learning goals when they take quizzes or re-take quizzes.

    I’m going to recommend. you have a look through our Assessment For Growth Course as I walk through these ideas and how to set it up. https://makemathmoments.com/afg