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Standards-Based Gradebook Beta: Closing Up Shop Until August

Thank you all so much for your diligent beta testing of the SBGradeBook. I’m really excited by how many people jumped on board, and by how many really great ideas everyone had!

Gratuitous teacher award for participationism and citizenshipery goes to Jason Buell, the one beta tester to rule them all. He found every problem everyone else did and one extra! (It does not actually fill out an itemized 1040 long form, like I initially advertised)

All that to say that the beta will be closing down on America’s Independence Day because it has to take go see the fireworks and celebrate punching the King in the mouth.

Version 1.0 will roll out early August just in time for your little cherubs!

Thanks again, this community means a lot to me, and I hope this can be my gift.



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6 thoughts on “Standards-Based Gradebook Beta: Closing Up Shop Until August
  • Sarah says:

    I was directed to your blog by a friend and I’m so excited about the gradebook! I’m going to be the only teacher at my school teaching a math remediation class next year and I want to implement SBG. Reading about what you have developed has taken a huge weight off of my shoulders as far as “how the heck am I supposed to record this”. Thanks so much and I can’t wait to play with it!!! I hope you’re enjoying your summer!

  • Mark Olson says:

    I was so sad to see that I did not make it on time for the lucky 400 sneak peak. Will version 1.0 only be available for the lucky 400?

    Did anyone get any screenshots?

    • Shawn says:

      Version 1.0 will be free and open to the public from August 2010 until the end of January 2011! I’m looking forward to some serious IT architecture stress!

  • Liz says:

    I stumbled upon your blog while researching other teacher blogs and am thrilled with all of your ideas regarding Standards Based Grading. I just finished my first year of teaching a 3rd/4th grade combined class and while I was unaware of it then, I believe that a great deal of my assessments fall under the SBG category. I look forward to learning more about your findings…Thank you!

  • [...] my homecoming was not all roses. For starters, I see that while I was gone, Mr. Cornally set up and closed up shop on the beta version of his Standard Based Gradebook. Major bummer that I missed this. [...]

  • Jason Buell says:

    No, thanks go to you. Let me know if you ever have anything else you want me to break.