Grading Overload: 12 Time-Saving Assessment Strategies

Most of these are common sense reminders, but there’s particularly interesting suggestion about choosing one element to grade for a major assessment. [EF]

There’s a faculty meeting tomorrow, a parent-teacher conference the next day, you have to prep your materials for that project next week, and – almost forgot – you still haven’t graded the assignments from two weeks ago, plus a new stack of papers walks in with today’s students. And somewhere in all of this you might actually want to see your family or catch a movie while it’s still in the theater.

Sound familiar? Don’t despair – try these tips to avoid grading overload:

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