Start your engines, folks.  Jason Buell is at it again

When Jason throws out a challenge, it's hard to resist. I've been dragging my feet for a while to update a previous post, "Other teachers grade that way, too?"  My bookmarks are full of commentary and practical experience from the trenches of implementing standards-based grading in classrooms across the country.  My guess is that yours are, too.  Now, it's your time to shine by nominating one of your posts for the first ever Standards-based grading Gala.  Even though it's not official yet, this gala is being sponsored in part by Shawn's SBGradebook.  Heck, Shawn doesn't even know he's sponsoring this gala.  I digress. 

Here's how it works:
  1. Go here.
  2. In the upper right hand corner, it says "Submit your blog article to this carnival."  Fill in the blanks and follow the prompts. 
On or around July 20th, I'll post the list here on MeTA musings.   Feel free to submit something you wrote a year ago or yesterday.  If you're really feeling ambitious, you might even write up something new.  Finally, if you're brand new to the world of standards-based grading, write up a post with your questions so that the experts surrounding us know what you're thinking.

Questions? Leave 'em in the comments here.

Update: If you're confused about how to submit your post, check out Jason's write-up here.