Three of the articles in this issue of the Iowa Science Teachers Journal address assessment in the science classroom. Jesse Wilcox and Frank Noschese each discuss standards-based grading (SBG). Frank provides examples of his approach to SBG in his physics classes and makes a strong case for SBG while Jesse adds detail by sharing the frameworks he uses to inform and implement his SBG practices. Joe Bower goes a bit further by encouraging readers to consider why we assign grades at all. Each of the articles raises important, and related, points about the connection between assessment and motivation.
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"What’s My Motivation? Ideas for Rethinking Student Assessment,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 38
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/istj/vol38/iss3/2