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In-person grading: an evaluative experiment

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In-person grading: an evaluative experiment
In this paper, we discuss in-person or face-to-face grading: what it is, a rationale for its use, our use of it, and an experiment we conducted to evaluate its use. While no statistically significant differences in instructional outcome effects were found, several interesting affective results were seen. Additionally, a number of research methodological suggestions arose from the study. Categories and Subject Descriptors K.3.2 [Computer and Information Science Education]: Computer science education Keywords CS Ed research, classroom management, face-to-face grading, inperson grading, pedagogy, providing programming feedback
J. Philip East, J. Ben Schafer
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where SIGCSE
Authors J. Philip East, J. Ben Schafer
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