Grading in the elementary school library is insane.
Aiming for four graded assignments per quarter for grades K-5 in a school of approximately 480 students means:
- I'm grading approximately 1,920 assignments every eight weeks AND
- Approximately 7,680 assignments each year.
Insane. As stated.
Anything to help this flow more smoothly is a welcome adversary. And my main ally is a box of custom-made rubber stamps.
I shared all about it on a guest blog post at Sharing the Shelves.
You can read it here.
Curious... Do you give Library Media grades in your school? Or perhaps contribute weight to the classroom grades?
I'd love to know more about how Library Media functions in schools nationwide.