Strategies for Grading Workshop: Additional Resources
CFT Graduate Teaching Fellow, Beth Koontz, offers additional resources on grading and assessing student work.
The CFT recently hosted a teaching workshop on Effective and Efficient Grading focusing on the purposes of grading and how to grade in ways that help students learn more deeply and save time for the instructor.
This post provides some resources related to this event that you might find helpful, in addition to the CFT’s teaching guide on the subject.
Grading Links to Explore
Grading Student Work from the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching
Tips on grading efficiently and fairly from Boston University Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching
Providing timely and frequent feedback from The Idea Center
Grading for Optimal Student Learning from the Association for Psychological Science
Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATS)
Five Ways to Improve Your Teaching from UC Berkeley
Online Guide for Classroom Assessment Techniques from Center for Teaching Excellence, Iowa State University
Tip Sheet for Grading from the Stanford University Center for Teaching And Learning
Turn It In online plagiarism checker and collaborative writing tool
Viper, a free online plagiarism checker
Plagiarism prevention resources from plagiarism.org
Grading Problem Sets/ Homework/ Short Answers
Grading Numerical Problem Solving from University of Pittsburgh
How Do I Grade Short Answer Tests? from the Teaching Effectiveness Program at the University of Oregon
Grading Rubric for Problem Sets from College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at Penn State
Grading Lab Reports
Grading Lab Reports from the Center for Instructional Development and Distance Education at the University of Pittsburgh
Best Practices for Grading Laboratory Reports from the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching at the University of Michigan
Assessing Student Performance: Grading Lab Reports, Problem Sets, and Exam Questions from the CITRL Network
Grading Lab Reports from LabWrite at NC State University
Rubrics: What Are They Good For? by Barbara E. Walvoord, Ph.D.
Professor Emerita, University of Notre Dame
Grading Rubrics: Examples of Rubric Creation from UC Berkeley
Assessment & Evaluation of Student Learning from the Cal State Chico Rubric for Online Instruction
Rubistar – Online tool helps you create rubrics for your learning activities
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