Mandy Stalets

Mandy Stalets

Mandy Stalets is a high school mathematics teacher at Illinois State University’s laboratory schools and was previously a middle school mathematics teacher.

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Mandy Stalets

Mandy Stalets is a teacher and learner who focuses on sound grading practices and standards-based learning. She is currently a high school mathematics teacher at Illinois State University’s laboratory schools and was previously a middle school mathematics teacher.

In 2010, Mandy implemented standards-based learning and grading in her own classroom and has been successfully using that system in her middle and high school mathematics classroom ever since. Mandy works with a wide variety of teachers, undergraduate students, and school districts to improve assessment and grading practices to maximize communication and student success. She provides rationale for the need for change in our current grading practices, as well as practical steps to implement it.

Mandy received her undergraduate degree in secondary mathematics education and graduate degree in teaching and learning from Illinois State University.

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Presentation titles by Mandy Stalets

  • How Standards-Based Instruction and Assessment Are Changing in Our Schools
  • Changing the Mindset About Grading
  • Google Tools for Formative Assessment
  • Student Responses Systems for Meaningful Feedback
  • Google It, Just a Little Bit