## Scaling up SBG for the New Year

In my new school, the mean size of my classes has doubled. The maximum size is now 22 students, a fact about which I am

## Numbas and Randomized Assessment

At the beginning of my summer vacation, I shared the results of a project I had created to fill a need of mine to generate

## QuestionBuilder: Create and Share Randomized Questions

I've written previously about my desire to write randomized questions for the purpose of assessment. The goal was never to make a worksheet generator -

## Choosing the Next Question

If a student can solve for x, how convinced are we of that student's ability to solve two step equations? If that same student can

## Standards Based Grading(SBG) and The SUMPRODUCT Command

I could be very late to the party finding this out. If so, excuse my excitement. I gave a multiple choice test for my IB

## The perils of playing cards and probability. What do you assume your students know?

One of the topics taught in the first semester of my first semester teaching was probability. Flipping coins and rolling dice both serve to bring

## Having conversations about and through homework

I've been collecting homework and checking individual problems this year. I grade it on completion, though if students tell me directly that they had trouble