Pandy asked 2 months ago

What are your thoughts on having teachers providing grades at school based on predicted performance (no moderation) when it comes to qualifications?

Pandy

What are your thoughts on having teachers providing grades at school based on predicted performance (no moderation) when it comes to qualifications?

it's the right thing to do

Not sure what you mean re qualifications, but I think it's illogical to give grades based on predicted performance. The whole point of issuing another grade is to see how well the student is doing at that time--to see how well they learned the new material

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Answered by inhahe

It is a practical measure in the face of postponed tests due to corona lock downs, but it carries an element of injustice in it and probably of bias and gambling. On the other hand we live perfectly with predicted values of worth and wealth when investing

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Answered by Kate

Too prone to personal biases.

Sounds sus AF but I know next to nothing about how teachers work and grade and stuff

In my experience, I am able to correctly guess the letter grades of 95% of my students before their final exam. And because of those 5% that either exceed or don’t meet expectations, I don’t think predictive grading is morally right.

Answered by cLOUD

Not practical, so I wont give it my vote.

Answered by Daemon
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