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Wad-ja-get?

The grading game in American education

by Howard Kirschenbaum

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Published by Hart Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grading and marking (Students)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Howard Kirschenbaum, Rodney Napier [and] Sidney B. Simon.
    ContributionsNapier, Rodney, joint author., Simon, Sidney B., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3051 .K52
    The Physical Object
    Pagination315 p.
    Number of Pages315
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5317005M
    ISBN 100805501134
    LC Control Number72146708
    OCLC/WorldCa149846

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Kirschenbaum, Howard; And Others This book addresses, in novel form, the question of whether or not the traditional system of grading in American schools is the most educationally useful system of by: Wad-ja-get.

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Learn about Author Central Reviews: 8. Wad-ja-get?: The Grading Game in American Education. Howard Kirschenbaum, Rodney Napier, Sidney B. Simon. Hart Publishing Company, - Education - pages. 1 Review. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. LibraryThing Review User Review - Runa 5/5(1).

Wad-ja-get. The grading game in American education. New York: Hart Pub. MLA Citation. Kirschenbaum, Howard. and Napier, Rodney W.

and Simon, Sidney B. Wad-ja-get. The grading game in American education, by Howard Kirschenbaum, Rodney Napier [and] Sidney B. Simon Hart Pub. Co New York Australian/Harvard Citation. Kirschenbaum, Howard. This volume is introduced by Sid Simon's discussion of the "Wad-Ja-Get?" syndrome--society's obsession with grades--and where it has led.

In their books, which span age categories and genres. The book Wad-ja-get was written by Howard Kirschenbaum, Sidney Simon and Rodney Napier is written from a high school’s class perspective on how grading has evolved in America and is used in our society.

Three things that impacted me were the time period it was written and how loosely and open it was to discuss segregation, the author’s. The paper focuses on the effectiveness of academic grading system in Dilla University, Ethiopia.

The grading system is taken from western countries which students are finding it difficult, in coping up with the standards prescribed therein. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II City New York Containerid S As students like those enrolled in New Trier East High School’s Global Study School (Winnetka, Ill) demonstrate, this approach does take them out of the highly competitive day-to-day Wad-Ja-Get mentality that is the high school mad mindset on grades and lets them concentrate on learning.

When students enter this program, they have the choice. From Degrading to De-Grading. By Alfie Kohn. Pour lire cet article en français, cliquer ici.

You can tell a lot about a teacher’s values and personality just by asking how he or she feels about giving grades. : Wad-ja-get?: The grading game in American education (A Hart book) () by Kirschenbaum, Howard and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.

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Rodney Napier (of Wad Ja Get. The Grading Game In American Education) Rodney Napier is the author of Not Just Another Meeting ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Advanced Games For Trainers ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 /5(2).

The Case Against Grades By Alfie Kohn [This is a slightly expanded version of the published article.] “I remember the first time that a grading rubric was attached to.

"Wad-Ja-Get?" The Sergiovanni-Starratt work has a dual emphasis: supervising the human school, and supervising the human curricu lum. Human relations and human resources This book is well organized and is a very readable synthesis of the emerging patterns of supervision in education.

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The Volume is introduced. by Sid Simon's discussion of the "Wad- ja-Get?" syndroinesociety's obsessionwith gradesand where it has led. Simon also explains each author's,strong identification with the grading issue, and presents seven major questions that thc authors, in this book, attempt 'to answer.As one book on the subject puts it: “It is not a symbol of rigor to have grades fall into a 'normal' distribution; rather, it is a symbol of failure—failure to teach well, to test well, and to have any influence at all on the intellectual lives of students” (Milton et al.p.

.Getting Rid of Grades Case Studies By Alfie Kohn. Given that most schools still send home report cards with letter or number grades, and most teachers still put these letters or numbers on students’ individual assignments, you would never guess that most studies of the effects of grades find that they’re destructive in multiple ways.