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Kathy
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Re: grading a regents  could we try this?
Posted:
May 16, 2013 4:46 PM



I will check with her. She is usually very careful not to share something she is not 100% sure of. She's new but we've been very impressed with her so far and I would bet that her information is correct.
Kathy  Original Message  From: MHulton@holland.wnyric.org To: nyshsmath@mathforum.org Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2013 8:36 AM Subject: Re: grading a regents  could we try this?
We have the exact same situation. One Alg II & Trig teacher. My thoughts, is it allowed that the Algebra II and Trig teacher makes up the key and guides the other teacher correcting the exam through the correct solutions using the rubric as their guide before they even take the exams from the office to start to correct?
One more thing, if I interpreted this correctly, are you saying that if there is a mathematical question, the principle is allowed to come and ask me about the validity of the solution? (even though I am the instructor of the course). May I ask for verification on this? Who said it was ok?
Thank you,
Melanie Hulton
Mrs. Melanie Hulton Mathematics Department Chair Algebra, Algebra II/Trigonometry, and Trigonometry Instructor Holland Central Jr./Sr. High School 716 537 8200 ext 7112 email: mhulton@holland.wnyric.org
ownernyshsmath@mathforum.org wrote:  To: <nyshsmath@mathforum.org> From: "Kathy Noftsier" Sent by: ownernyshsmath@mathforum.org Date: 05/16/2013 07:21AM Subject: Re: grading a regents  could we try this?
My principal has checked this out and said that I cannot be in the same room. We will have one high school and two middle school teachers grading all three  possibly with help from a third middle school teacher and an elementary teacher (who is also certified high school math but hasn't taught it in many years). Yes, this is going to be tough on the middle school teachers. In the past they have brought in substitutes for them for some of the days. We have always needed to call on their help with only two teachers in the high school. The process, if they have any questions, is that they must ask her first (the principal), then she must bring the question to the high school teacher  me for both geometry and alg 2/trig. Integrated algebra shouldn't be quite as bad since I don't teach it but I wrote the curriculum for it so if any questions arise I can probably handle them.
Kathy Noftsier  Original Message  From: "Steven Fenton" <sfenton@uvstorm.org> To: <nyshsmath@mathforum.org> Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 6:04 PM Subject: grading a regents  could we try this?
> Need help with this hypothetical situation  our district is small with > only 3 high school math teachers and 2 middle school math teachers  under > 1000 k12 students. Given the size of the school we have one teacher for > Algebra 2 & Trigonometry and two Geometry teachers. State regulations say > we are not allowed to grade our own regents exams. The middle school > teachers will have classes to the end of the first week of regents, and > then field trips and middle school graduation the second week of regents > so their availability is questionable. The two middle school teachers have > expressed concern about the lack of a knowledge base especially for Geo > and Trig. Two of the high school teachers (not teaching Trig) have > expressed the same concern about the Trig course. We understand that state > regulations for grading math regents also say the regents exams are to be > graded by a committee of three certified teachers. We have discussed > trying regional scoring. > > For grading High School Math Regents Exams could we do the following...? > > Could the two teachers not teaching the course and somehow find a > competent third adult to be the third grader be guided by the teacher of > record for the regents exam? The teacher of record would be in the same > room taking questions on how a question could be graded but not know whose > exam the question is coming from. We are a little uneasy given the > complexity of the problems that could appear in any of the math regents > for individuals who do not have the experience with the subject matter. > > Thoughts??? Is this right or wrong?? > ******************************************************************* > * To unsubscribe from this mailing list, email the message > * "unsubscribe nyshsmath" to majordomo@mathforum.org > * > * Read prior posts and download attachments from the web archives at > * http://mathforum.org/kb/forum.jspa?forumID=671 > *******************************************************************
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