Rethinking Grading In A 21st Century Project-Based Learning Environment
Dafnord 's insight:
I wrote both literal reports and gave numbers during my teaching career for 30 years. While writing literal reports I noticed how much I revealed about myself as a person and how little I actually said about the assessee. Later, giving numbers instead of reports I felt alienated and disaffected. But the entire system of numerical assessment was there to cover my feeling.of estrangement. The students did not complain. Less did they know about anything better. I am a protagonist of project-based learning since the beginning of 1990s. I think PBL is the most important area of eLearning. Digital classroom techniques mean more speed, instant sharing of information, ubiquitous communication, but what do they add to human growth? PBL across the borders makes the eyes of students sparkle :-). No need for numbers or artificial reports. I like the title of this article, and I like the way the reader is tempted to read further. And I like the opinions, and I like the conclusion. There should be more texts like this to support teachers who still have the willingness to rethink...
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