Shared by Lynn Reid After grading a batch of papers early in the semester, I create a handout that includes one awesome thing from each person’s paper. “Moments of Awesomeness” acknowledges writing successes publicly and also provides models of effective student writing.
13 Ways Shared by Doug Hesse This document offers, as its title indicates, multiple perspectives on grading and providing feedback, all of which are aimed at making the process as efficient and effective as possible.
My Feedback System Shared by Elizabeth Baldridge This is a brief description of the three-comment model I use for providing student feedback. I’m happy to answer questions about how this works in the larger system of the portfolio and the class.