A CUNY instructor's experience working collaboratively with students to determine course goals and grading criteria.
Let’s take a moment and ask. Why grade? To give students feedback, a professor might say. To measure learning. To motivate. Here’s the problem: Decades of research undercuts these assumptions.
BMCC professor Hollis Glaser reflects on ungrading.
A list of articles discussing alternative approaches to grading.
How BMCC professor Brianne Waychoff implements ungrading.