- Grading tips
- How to enjoy grading
- How to avoid over-grading
Lisa Van Gemert shares best practices in education with audiences around the world using a combination of neuropsychology, pedagogy, experience, humor, technology and sheer fun. She is an expert consult to television shows including Lifetime’s “Child Genius,” and a writer of award-winning lesson plans, as well as numerous published articles on social psychology and pedagogy and the book, Perfectionism: A Practical Guide to Managing Never Good Enough. A former teacher, school administrator, and Youth & Education Ambassador for Mensa, she shares resources for educators and parents on her website giftedguru.com and is co-founder with Ian Byrd of the Gifted Guild, a professional community for educators of the gifted. Lisa and her husband Steve are the parents of three sons and live in Arlington, Texas.
Sondra – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner) –
It is a good reminder.
Daisy – BEAUMONT ISD (verified owner) –
Theresa – STOCKDALE ISD (verified owner) –
I am able to use ideas right away.
Jackie – CLYDE-GREEN SPRINGS EXEMPTED VILLAGE (verified owner) –
Too basic…. was looking for more in depth training on deciding what to grade and how to ensure grades truly reflect cognitive ability in that standard.
Scott – CLYDE-GREEN SPRINGS EXEMPTED VILLAGE (verified owner) –
Offered sensible ideas
Marc – CLYDE-GREEN SPRINGS EXEMPTED VILLAGE (verified owner) –
Jillian – VALLEY VIEW LOCAL (verified owner) –
For a new teacher fresh out of college this course would be helpful. For an experienced teacher, you already know all of the information presented in this course.
Casey – ACADEMY ISD (verified owner) –
The course was good. There were many helpful hints, but it did not address on of the quiz questions asked.
Martha Lynne – HERTFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS (verified owner) –
Very good for beginning teachers. Doesn’t address grading G&T student work, rubric, etc.
Martina – PRESIDIO ISD (verified owner) –
how to pick with grades on time