πŸ‘ Connecting assessment goals to our education practices – a historical perspective

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Grading is good at β€˜encouraging people’ to do complicated tasks that are often represented by memorization, obedience and linear thinking. If those are our actual goals. If our goals are complex and include things like creativity… we’re looking to support intrinsic motivation. Grades don’t support intrinsic motivation.

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