News Articles re Grading
Math Teacher who stopped giving marks
Ongoing communication via Freshgrade rather than grades
Learning versus grades
Networks for you
Obviously, the Networks of Inquiry and Innovation.
Less obviously, OwnLearning: an online sharing place to give and take all infrastructure around assessment for learning.
Facebook and Twitter are alight with people connecting over assessment issues and at least one such group uses both: for the Teachers Throwing Out Grades Facebook site click here and for the weekly Tweet up check out their hashtag #TTOG.
Note: I am not sure why I have only men on this list. Please, suggest others! I haven't looked for new voices in the blog world for awhile. However, the first two listed here either helped me feel like I wasn't alone or helped me figure some things out. The last one I am less familiar with, but he raises many good points and lays it out in a linear way.
Joe Bower (Entire Site: Tons of stuff on assessment)
For the love of learning
Dan Meyer (Entire site: Tons of stuff on assessment, math specifically but I learned a lot from his thinking when I was teaching English exclusively, so check this one out even if you don't teach math.)
Shawn Cornally (Standards Based Grading section)
Think Thank Thunk
Rodd Lucier (Presentation on the 25 people who influenced him regarding assessment: long but interesting. Made me think about those who have influenced me.)
The Clever Sheep