4.10.20 채점 개요

Mason City Schools

K-12 Remote Learning and Grading Overview


We are all living in unprecedented times and the impact on our lives, 몸소, 사회적으로, and professionally, is significant. MCS는이 시간 동안 문화 가이드를 실천하고 교육 및 학습에 대한 Comet Cares 접근 방식을 반영하기 위해 최선을 다하고 있습니다.. 우리의 Comet Cares 접근 방식은 우리가 동정심을 가질 수있게합니다., 반응하는, and equitable to our students’ and families’ unique situations and circumstances.

Our approach to grading reflects the following principles, rooted in our Culture Guide:

While we adjust to a new remote learning experience, 우리의 초점은 무엇보다도 학생의 학습과 학생들의 안녕을 보장하는 것입니다.. During this unprecedented time, students’ grades are secondary to student learning.

Strong relationships and open communication among our school teams, students, and families are essential elements for supporting students’ engagement in learning.

Students and their families are having a wide range of experiences during this worldwide crisis. 그들이 직면 할 수있는 도전을 인식, 그리고 그들이 통제 할 수 없다는 것을, 우리의 등급 정책은 어떤 어린이에게도 해를 끼치 지 않아야합니다..

Grades K-5 Remote Learning and Grading


Note: In grades K-5, students receive standards-based scores on report cards rather than traditional grades. Standards-based scores share information about students’ progress towards mastery of standards.

  • Students are expected to engage with Remote Learning Experiences and progress in their learning. Students will demonstrate engagement by responding to activities and completing RLE assignments sent via email (K-4) or posted on Schoology (Gr. 5). If students need extra support, families or students should reach out to their teacher with questions, needs, and concerns.
  • Students who are actively engaging in Remote Learning Experiences will be “held harmless” for second semester scores. Graded RLE learning assignments/activities during remote learning can only maintain or raise a student’s standards based score.
  • Our school teams will make a Comet Cares Effort to connect with students who are not engaging in remote learning. A teacher, in conjunction with the building team (administrators, counselors, and support educators where appropriate), will make every attempt to connect with the student and family to determine how to support the student in engaging in the RLE learning and assignments/activities.
  • Students who do not engage in Remote Learning Experiences, or who do not show basic levels of understanding, will receive a standards based score that reflects their understanding at the date of closure. Our school teams will make every effort to support each student. If students are unable to engage in remote learning even with those supports from the school team, the school team will collaborate with students’ families to determine future steps for the student’s learning.

Grades 6-12 Remote Learning and Grading

Note: In grades 6-12, students receive letter grades (A-F).  Grades are calculated on a semester basis, with credit being awarded at the end of each semester. There will not be second semester final exams this year.

  • Students are expected to engage with Remote Learning Experiences and progress in their learning. Students will demonstrate engagement by logging into their Schoology courses and completing and submitting RLE assignments and activities, including graded learning components that allow them to demonstrate their understanding of the content. Students who need extra support should reach out to their teacher with questions, needs, and concerns.

  • Students who are actively engaging in Remote Learning Experiences will be “held harmless” for second semester grades. Any graded assignment/activity during remote learning cannot harm a student’s 2nd-semester grade for a course, i.e. cannot lower their grade from what they had at the beginning of remote learning (4 월 6, 2020). Graded RLE learning assignments/activities during remote learning can maintain or raise a student’s grade.

  • Our school teams will make a Comet Cares Effort to connect with students who are not engaging in remote learning. A teacher, in conjunction with the building team (administrators, counselors, and support educators where appropriate), will make every attempt to connect with the student and family to determine how to support the student in engaging in the RLE learning and assignments/activities.

  • Students who do not engage in Remote Learning Experiences, or who do not show basic levels of understanding, will receive an “Incomplete.” Our school teams will make every effort to support each student. If students are unable to engage in remote learning even with those supports from the school team, the school team will collaborate with students and/or family to determine future steps for the student’s learning.

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