Grade/Assess MORE students with LESS work?
Update on Computer-Supported Grading and Reviewing of Student Work and Other Scalable Approaches
Ed Gehringer, Assoc. Prof. Comp. Sci., North Carolina State U.
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group
How can computer-supported grading and reviewing of students’ work provide more and better feedback to students? Deepen learning? While decreasing, or at least not increasing, faculty workload?
This session will introduce and summarize emerging computer- supported options for larger-enrollment courses:
Grading (including Automated Grading, Constructed Response Analysis, Automated Essay Scoring);
Reviewing (including Calibration and Reputation Systems);
Peer Review will be emphasized;
Self Review, and Peer Grading will be explained.
Gehringer and colleagues will also describe the purpose and progress of PeerLogic, an NSF-funded research project that works on providing web services for educational peer review systems, including: Metareview Services, Visualization Services, Summarization Services, Reputation Services, Reviewer Assignment, and Data Warehouse & Analytics. More about these services...www.peerlogic.org
We’ll also announce a relevant conference workshop in June and invitation for summer research.
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