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Standards Based Learning Teacher Handbook
This comprehensive handbook from Sheridan, Kentucky instructs teachers on how and why to use standards based grading. Instructions for the development of proficiency scales and rubrics are included in this document. In addition, there are templates for ease of teacher use.
Flipping Your Classroom to Meet the Common Core and other Standards
This post by Julie Schnell's post from Turn to Your Neighbor Blog is from a teacher's perspective on how to use standards based instruction and evaluation in a flipped classroom. The article presents practical strategies from a teacher in the field