Are Restrictive Digital Gradebooks Limiting Professional Judgment?

The Grade Doctor Ken O'Connor & Dr. Sally I'Anson November 28, 2016

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Are restrictive digital gradebooks limiting your ability to insert your professional judgment into the grading system?

In the age of digital grading systems, teachers may have lost the flexibility to use their professional judgment to ensure students are assigned grades that accurately describe their level of academic performance and achievement. Download this whitepaper to learn how to give teachers easy-to-use tools to ensure teacher knowledge of student learning is part of all grading decisions.

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