Author Archives: Dr. Corey Vorthmann
According to grading guru Rick Wormeli, “Allowing students to redo assignments and assessments is the best way to prepare them for adult life.” In my experience, I agree with Wormeli in theory but am much more pragmatic and cautious when … Continue reading
Believe it or not, tomorrow marks the halfway point of Trimester 1! Six weeks have passed as we celebrate the midpoint of the term with progress reports and formalized feedback to students and parents on how they are doing at … Continue reading
Daily Nonpareil 2.5.12 Omaha World Herald 2.6.12
Students attending Council Bluffs middle and high schools will find more attention focused on their “employability skills” scores on trimester… via Will your child be a good employee someday? – SouthwestIowaNews.com: Council Bluffs Nonpareil.
The following letter will accompany report cards, employability scores, and the employability rubric when they are mailed to parents at the end of the trimester. Please take a moment to look it over so that you will know the information … Continue reading
Please see the following instructional guide for entering missing work in the GradeBook. Entering Missing Work in Gradebook
Thanks to Bob Hansen for sharing the following screenshots for entering scores in the GradeBook for Employability! Directions for Employability Scores Employability Skills Rubric