The action “child without degrees” continues and today we would like to invite teachers and early childhood teachers to decide on learning without degrees!
Three years have passed since the actions of the Coalition” child without degrees ” and the center for civic education to reduce the evaluation of students with degrees. Then we had some success:
- First, our voice and our voice have been heard in the educational world.
- Secondly, the amendment to the Education Act stipulates that the student in the current assessment has the right to receive information that helps him to learn. This is an important record, although little used in school so far.
- Schools are given the choice of how to assess the current, including the use of so-called descriptive assessment in a form that helps to learn. As a consequence, schools may include in their statutes a provision for non-grading in the course of the current assessment.
- The final grades in the junior grades of primary school remained descriptive.
Today we want to reinforce efforts to make the practice of grading as rare as possible for younger children.
Therefore, we propose that the coalition issue diplomas “I teach without degrees”to teachers and teachers of early school classes in the coming school year 2018/2019. We hope that there will be teachers and teachers who will take up this challenge.
In the implementation of this assumption can help write in the charter of the school, that younger children, the school, can learn without setting degrees.
Teachers and teachers who decide to take on such a challenge will be sent a diploma to be appreciated. However, the diploma itself will be only a certain satisfaction, because the great individual reward for each teacher will be the satisfaction of students who will experience the joy of learning, undisturbed by school grades!
We will try throughout the next school year to accompany teachers who decide to evaluate without grades in junior classes. Please SHARE this information with teachers and teachers who would like to take up this challenge.
We will post their comments and guidance on Facebook and on the coalition’s emerging website.