πŸ“‘ Letter Grades are the Enemy of Authentic & Humane Learning

Bookmarked Letter Grades are the Enemy of Authentic & Humane Learning
Bernard Bull discusses how grades work against authentic and self-determined learning. Although they are ingrained in education, he recommends considering the aspects of life free from grades and having these conversations with others.

What is interesting is this is only one post being shared at the moment. Bill Ferriter shared his concerns about the association between standard grades and fixed mindset, while Will Richardson argues that grades only matter because we choose to let them matter.

This continues some of the points discussed in Clive Rose’s book The End of Average and Jesse Stommell’s presentation on grades and the LMS. It is also something thatΒ Templestowe CollegeΒ has touched in the development ofΒ alternative pathwaysΒ to higher education.

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