Clicky

New to the site? Try Quick User Guide

Strategy: Standards-Based Report Cards

Using a standards-based grading system to better understand student progress

Context

Pleasant View Elementary is part of the Providence Public Schools District, which transitioned to standards-based report cards two years ago. This system-wide change was not easy and required a lot of clear communication to the educational community. Once everyone started to understand how standards-based grading worked, the benefits became clear: teachers, students, and families are able to see a more clear picture of student progress.

Explore More Mastery-Based Progression Strategies at Pleasant View Elementary School

Photo of student working in her notebook
Assessment of Mastery

Authentic Projects

Teachers use the Summit PLP to create authentic projects that deepen student...

Photo of teacher instructing seated groups of students
Learning Objectives

Focus on Building Cognitive Skills

Pleasant View Elementary teachers integrate cognitive skills into the...

Explore More Mastery-Based Progression Strategies at Pleasant View Elementary School

Photo of student working in her notebook
Assessment of Mastery

Authentic Projects