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Specifically, this paper will 1) briefly review issues with grading as a form of assessment; 2) examine the practice of self-assessment in professional programs; and 3) describe a methodology by which student self-assessment may co-exist with instructor grading.
Grading leniency is a removable contaminant of student ratings.
He recommended a few grading techniques to help me help my students pass.
During the grading process, tension arises when there is a difference between the grade that the teacher assigns and the grade that the student expects (Goulden & Griffin, 1995).
In supporting a plus/minus grading system, another faculty member wrote, "I believe that many instructors look at students' progress, see [them] as having improved .
This is true even if the purpose of grading is more specifically defined--as in the following list by Professor James M.