Nov 1, 2013 ... Teachers feel boxed in and forced to report grades, students are trapped “
earning” them, and parents understand what “good” and “bad” ...
Grades tend to reduce students' interest in the learning itself. .... you're
exaggerating the negative effects of grades (it's really not so bad – cough, cough)
, or they ...
Every teaching situation involves the school, the teacher, the student, the ... of an
imperfect, misleading, and harmful grading system should be commended, not ...
May 1, 2013 ... Sometimes it's the “bad teachers” who get the blame. ... Grading students, from A
to F, has become synonymous with education itself.
Mar 12, 2009 ... We asked him to articulate how grades impact a student's education, ... adding
the toxic effects of competition to what is already destructive ...
Aug 19, 2015 ... According to Kohn, letter grades are not only unnecessary but harmful. “The
research quite clearly shows that kids who are graded – and have ...
They, in turn, receive zeroes and failing grades. Hence, the grades create a
culture of “good” and “bad” students. The high achievers are promoted to
UCF professor lectures class for 15 minutes about cheating, showing us 2 more
reasons grades are harmful to students.
Nov 23, 2015 ... ... learning the focus? Yes, grades should and can reflect student learning, but
often they can get in the way and actually harm student learning.
Mar 15, 2012 ... Grades tend to reduce the quality of students' thinking. .... Moreover, research
suggests that the harmful impact of grades on creativity is no less ...