Graders as Meta-Reviewers: Simultaneously Scaling and Improving Expert Evaluation for Large Online Classrooms

@inproceedings{Joyner2016GradersAM,
  title={Graders as Meta-Reviewers: Simultaneously Scaling and Improving Expert Evaluation for Large Online Classrooms},
  author={David A. Joyner and Wade Ashby and Liam Irish and Yeeling Lam and Jacob Langson and Isabel Lupiani and Mike Lustig and Paige Pettoruto and Dana Sheahen and Angela Smiley and Amy Bruckman and Ashok K. Goel},
  booktitle={L@S},
  year={2016}
}
Large classes, both online and residential, typically demand many graders for evaluating students' written work. Some classes attempt to use autograding or peer grading, but these both present challenges to assigning grades at for-credit institutions, such as the difficulty of autograding to evaluate free-response answers and the lack of expert oversight in peer grading. In a large, online class at Georgia Tech in Summer 2015, we experimented with a new approach to grading: framing graders as… CONTINUE READING

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