Rethinking One’s Approach to Grading

“Grading is not most instructors’ favorite part of teaching. It can feel easy to postpone grading when lesson planning and responding to student emails seem more urgent, perhaps even more so in online modalities,” writes Megan Pietruszewski, lecturer in the English Department at Clemson University, in a recent post on The Scholarly Teacher. In the article, Pietruszewski offers several tips for rethinking one’s approach to grading, including scheduling grading time like writing time and starting an e-book of feedback. Read all the tips in the full blog post.