Effective Grading: A Tool for Learning and Assessment in College (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 13, 2011 - Education - 272 pages
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This new edition of the classic book has been thoroughly updated and revised with the latest research. The book offers a hands-on guide for evaluating student work and examines the link between teaching and grading. The authors show how to integrate the grading process with course objectives and offer a wealth of information about student learning. The book also includes information on integration of technology and online teaching, and is filled with more illustrative examples, including a sample syllabus. This revised resource can help any professor enrich student learning in the classroom.
  

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The first edition was an outstanding resource. This edition has several new features including more examples of how assessment can be infused into the teaching process, more discipline-specific ... Read full review

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Good practical guide with tips that can be implemented today. I would consider reading this again with colleagues ... it would be beneficial to read, implement, and share with one another. Read full review

Contents

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VII
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IX
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XI
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XIII
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XVII
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XXIII
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XXV
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XXX
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XXXIII
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XXI
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About the author (2011)

Barbara E. Walvoord is professor emerita at the University of Notre Dame. For more than thirty years she has been leading faculty workshops across the country on the topics of grading, assessment, teaching, learning, and writing across the curriculum. She is the author of Assessment Clear and Simple from Jossey-Bass.

Virginia Johnson Anderson is professor of biology at Towson University. In her published works, numerous workshops, and consulting with the National Science Foundation Urban Science Initiatives, she addresses teaching, learning, and assessment in the sciences.

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