Classification of grading approaches

Grades are intended to communicate achievement associated with a learning experience. Engineering educators in higher education often default to a particular grading approach without considering how the approach impacts student achievement. Adam Carberry proposes a model for comparing and classifying commonly used grading systems in engineering higher education.

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