You have to build trust with students around alternative grading, but they aren’t the only ones with whom we might need to build it.
Three things I've learned, three things that surprised me, and three questions I still have from writing a book on alternative grading.
It's hard to have a feedback loop without the ability to revise and resubmit. A reprint from GradingForGrowth.com.
Marks are how students interface with feedback loops. How can we make them work for us? (Repost from Grading for Growth)
I've been using ungrading in my Modern Algebra class this semester. At week 11, here's how it's been going.