About Grading from TeenVogue



In one study, Butler looked at the effects of three types of feedback — comments only, comments and scores, and scores only — on student improvement, according to the book Embedded Formative Assessment by Dylan William. Her results indicated that the students who received comments on their work performed 30% better in a subsequent lesson. Those who received either scores or a combination of scores and comments showed comparably little improvement.



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