Joe Feldman is the author of Grading for Equity: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How It Can Transform Schools and Classrooms (Corwin). Joe has worked in education as a teacher, principal, district administrator, and is now founder of Crescendo Education Group, which since 2013 has supported schools in adopting assessment, grading, and reporting practices that improve equity outcomes in schools.
How Joe came to see equity as the central issue in grading practice
Common grading practices are most susceptible to implicit bias and inequity
How grading policies for remote learning during COVID-19 can mitigate or exacerbate inequities
What we can take from the COVID-19 crisis that could lead to more equitable outcomes in the future
Grading for Equity: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How It Can Transform Schools and Classrooms
Grading for Equity Online Course
#TG2Chat: Grading for Equity During COVID-19 - April 26, 2020
Panel Discussion on Grading/Crediting Policies During COVID-19: Joe is joined by Denise Pope, Ph.D., Stanford Lecturer and Co-Founder of Challenge Success; Stacy Caldwell, M.A., M.B.A., Executive Director or Mastery Transcript Consortium; and Randall Booker, Superintendent of Piedmont Unified School District.
Open Letter to the College Board on Plan for Online Testing During COVID-19
Make sure to join Joe as he moderates #TG2Chat this Sunday, April 26, at 9 pm EDT/6 pm PDT!