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Can computers take on grading essays — and do we teachers want that to happen?
Because I teach classes that focus on teaching media-writing fundamentals, I always have a stack of papers to grade. Those papers are with me for those times that provide grading opportunities. Not just at my desk but at doctors’ appointments, on airline flights, during halftimes of televised sports events, during long car rides (if someone […]
Grading and grading and more grading
Grading and grading and more grading That’s the theme for teachers at the end of the semester — although that’s the theme throughout much of the semester, too. In addition to the last lab assignment, I’ve been grading the various makeup assignments. I think I’ve found them all — in paper form, on CD (for […]