The journey toward "ungrading"

English Professor Elisabeth Gruner describes how student learning was affected when feedback was provided instead of grades. Story by Elisabeth Gruner via The Conversation⎮3 min read
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The journey toward "ungrading"
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Elisabeth Gruner is a Professor of English at the University of Richmond, Virginia, United States of America. In her article, I no longer grade my students’ work – and I wish I had stopped sooner, she explains why she chose not to grade students work. Instead, Gruner decided on a better way and provided feedback instead.  "I hate grading. I love teaching, though, and giving students feedback is teaching. I am happy to do it" Gruner says. 

Learn more about Gruner's "ungrading" journey and the impact it had on students learning outcomes.

Original story published by The Conversation


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