The primary reason for using Evidence-Based Grading is that is directly correlated to increased student efficacy. Below are articles & research that shows the connection between EBR and student self initiative and growth.
The Effects of Standards-Based Grading on Student Performance in Algebra 2 | Rachel Beth Rosales
How to Encourage Student Ownership of Learning Through Standards Based Grading | Susan Mattingly
A School District's Change To Standards-Based Grading: A Conduit To Student Learning | Perry A. Finch
One of the benefits of an evidence-based grading system is that it increases teacher efficacy. Below are articles & research that show the connection between evidence-based grading practices and student social-emotional well-being.
School Climate and Social Emotional Learning | Penn State University
Address the Social and Emotional Needs of Students in East Palo Alto, California | Six Seconds
Personalized Standards-Based Instruction Tied to Social Emotional Learning | Emily Liebtag
Another benefit of an evidence-based grading system is that it promotes self-paced learning and personalizes the context of one's growth. Below are articles & research that show the impact that evidence-based grading can potentially have on traditional structures and practices in schools.
What’s school without grade levels? One district’s drive to teach competencies means eliminating age-based classrooms | Chris Berdik
A more obvious benefit that comes with using Evidence-Based Grading is increased student achievement. Below are articles & research that shows the connection between EBR and increased student achievement.
Standards Based Grading as a Game Changer | Garnet Hillman
What does the research say about standards-based grading? | Matt Townsely & Tom Buckmiller Ph.D
COMPETENCY BASED GRADING IN STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT | CURT GRAVES
Teacher Capacity and Efficacy
One of the benefits of an evidence-based grading system is that it increases teacher efficacy. Below are articles & research that show the connection between teacher capacity and student growth.