2019 Syllabus and Classroom Rules
Redo Policy and Form
ASSIGNMENT REDO POLICY Mrs. Hutchins-Trapp
What is a redo?
A redo gives the student an opportunity to demonstrate mastery of a standard through an assignment. It is a chance for students to investigate their original work, make decisions about how to improve, and showcase improvement of relearned content. In support of mastery of learning, the higher grade will be the reported grade; the new grade will not be averaged with the old grade.
Each assignment must be approved for redo by the teacher based upon the student’s fulfillment of the parameters stated in this policy. Final/end of unit assessment(s) (major) are not permissible for redos. Projects and the Science Research project are not permissible for redos.The redo may be an alternate assignment on the portions(s) that were not mastered in the original assessment or a component of the original assignment.
One redo per eligible assignment is permitted. With evidence of further practice, a second redo may be provided.
The student may be required to submit a detailed plan of learning including:
original assignment containing teacher feedback
evidence of relearning/new learning/reflection (amount required at teacher discretion)
new assignment based upon feedback.