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Guidelines for Reducing Implicit Bias in Your Grading

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When asked what they most dislike about teaching, many instructors put grading at the top of the list. They find the process time consuming and stressful, topped off by demands from students that their assessments be logically justified. Of course, this feeling is the same for the students themselves. Whilst we hate marking and grading, the students also hate writing these assignments and essays. These feelings are only experienced by those who write their own essays though, there are some students read more

Stand Up & Be Counted: Why I Don’t Like the Labels “qualitative/quantitative”