The case against grading

http://www.alfiekohn.org/teaching/tcag.htm

An Interesting case against grading … some key questions to consider :

*  Grades tend to diminish students’ interest in whatever they’re learning.

*  Grades create a preference for the easiest possible task.

*  Grades tend to reduce the quality of students’ thinking.

What do you think ????

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