In the end, they actually make grading easier.
They're used a lot in education, but what exactly are they?
Is it equitable to fudge a student's final grade if we feel like they "tried"?
Grades: High School
Prepare for pandemonium. (The fun kind, not the scary kind.)
All the best ways to evaluate learning before, during, and after it happens.
Check student progress as they learn, and adapt to their needs.
When students have fun learning, everybody wins.
Knowledge checks, quizzes and tests, peer evals, and more!
Grades: Elementary School
Help has arrived for report card time!
Cue all the happy feels.
"I cut so many corners my work is now a circle."