I’ve spent more time than seems reasonable reading and reading and reading about SBG (specifically SBG by physics teachers).
Shouts out to Kelly O’Shea and Frank Nochese whose work I stole from liberally:
Kelly O’Shea (https://kellyoshea.wordpress.com/)
Frank Noschese at Action-Reaction (https://fnoschese.wordpress.com/)
And for somebody gathering together great ideas, QuantumProgress’s Galas are wholly worth reading.
SBG Galas at QuantumProgress (https://quantumprogress.wordpress.com/)
After absorbing all these fine bloggers had to offer and pouring over the links at their sites, I decided that I did not know whose SBG grading scheme (the process of taking standards and turning them into letter grades) I thought would work best.
But I’m an experimentalist and I have three classes. So I’m going to use a derivative of Kelly’s 5-6-9-10 method in one class and I’m going to use a derivative of Frank’s K.I.S.S.B.G in another, and a hybrid in the third.