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MS Parent Partnership meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
michellemason26’s iPhone
39:57
Clarification on the number scale please!
Fonda Lee
40:26
If we are looking at letter grades we can see how good a student is in each subject. Is there a overall grade for each subject that can guide the student toward their strengths?
iPad20-3033
45:52
We used similar rubrics for teacher ed students at Lewis & Clark. This is a great system that helps provide a road to equitable assessment.
Leah Brecunier (she/her)
53:00
Thanks for this session! I rely on OES to be forward-thinking, research-based and student-centered in its approach. I also love the adherence to the growth mindset. Has there there been any longer term research on outcomes around this methodology?
Andrea
57:51
Why doesn’t Upper school adopt this grading system
Heather Paulson
01:05:11
I like the move to provide more information to our students about where they are proficient, including the reflections from teachers and students. I don’t understand why the scale needs to shift from grades to a proficiency scale to provide this additional context, though? The scale itself is confusing and seems to be inconsistently applied. Could you say more about why traditional grades combined with a descriptive section is less effective?
Stephanie Knight
01:06:49
Many kids apply to other schools for HS. When you send the transcripts do you make it clear that Highly Effectives are rarely given? My concern is that if I did not have that context I would think Highly Effective is an A, Effective is a B.
Megan McGinley
01:11:10
Do you think covid/remote has made this extra hard to implement. The system may not be granular enough especially for kids on the higher end of the scale/spectrum. Thanks for the overview. 4/4 presentation.
iPad20-3033
01:14:23
There is so much research that says homework at this stage and the types of homework most teachers give is not helpful. Also, I think we should pay attention to the neither agree/disagree.
Heather Paulson
01:21:02
What do kids think about the system? You highlighted how the system was being used/understood and questions… but do you have a sense of whether the kids like the shift? Also, do teachers?
Aiden Chen
01:23:59
This is great, thank you Ann!
Shireesh Bhalerao
01:24:05
Thanks for the presentation and to you for all that you do for our kiddos.
Heather Paulson
01:24:11
Thank you for all you are doing on Covid! Best in class response!
Nina Kapur
01:24:12
Thank you Ann!
Verity Goldstein
01:24:17
Thanks so much Ann!
eric simpson
01:24:18
Thank you!
Maran Sheils
01:24:19
This was really helpful - thank you!
Lai Wa Ng
01:24:21
Thank you!
Yang Z
01:24:21
Thank you!
Jing Chen
01:24:23
Thank you Ann!
michellemason26’s iPhone
01:24:23
Thanks for the info!
Trent Green
01:24:26
Thank you.
Toni Plato
01:24:30
Thank you!
Julia Plowman
01:24:30
Thank you
Katie's iPad
01:24:31
Thank you!
Fonda Lee
01:24:32
Thank you, Ann!
Priya Kansal
01:24:32
Thank you for your leadership, Ann
Beth Notowitz
01:24:36
Thank you
Vikas Grover
01:24:50
Thanks
Laura
01:24:55
Thank you!
Yoko Greeney
01:25:18
Thank you!
Jennifer Edman
01:27:12
Thank you
marty hite
01:27:17
Thanks Ann!
heatherpeizner
01:28:52
Thank you Ann!
eric simpson
01:34:11
Thank you for all the work you are doing with Covid tracing and testing.
sahrarahimtoola
01:34:17
Please remember that if a child has symptoms, rapid antigen tests are not as sensitive as PCR. Even with adults, we sometimes see 4 negative antigen tests before we get a positive PCR
sahrarahimtoola
01:36:03
School AND parents are doing an amazing job. We are way ahead of other schools
Toni Plato
01:37:02
thank you for the update!