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Secondary Science Teachers' Classroom Assessment and Grading Practices.

@inproceedings{McMillan2001SecondaryST,
  title={Secondary Science Teachers' Classroom Assessment and Grading Practices.},
  author={James H. McMillan and Sonya R. Lawson},
  year={2001}
}
Secondary Science Teachers' Classroom Assessment and Grading Practices This study investigated the assessment and grading practices of 213 secondary science teachers representing urban, suburban, and rural schools. Teachers indicated the extent to which they used various factors in grading students, the types of assessments used, and the cognitive level of these assessments. The results indicate a wide variation in practices. Teachers appear to conceptualize six major factors in grading… 

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