Teachers' Grading Decision Making: Multiple Influencing Factors and Methods.

@inproceedings{Cheng2015TeachersGD,
  title={Teachers' Grading Decision Making: Multiple Influencing Factors and Methods.},
  author={Liying Cheng and Youyi Sun},
  year={2015}
}
This study investigated Chinese secondary school English language teachers’ grading decision making, focusing on the factors they considered and types of assessment they used for grading. A questionnaire was issued to 350 secondary school English language teachers in China. Descriptive analyses of the questionnaire data showed that these teachers of English considered achievement and non-achievement factors in grading, placing greater weight on non-achievement factors, such as effort, homework… CONTINUE READING

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