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Troubles with Grades, Grading, and Change: Learning from Adventures in Alternative Assessment Practices in Teacher Education
In this article, the authors are teacher educators who explore their own attempts to transform teacher–student relations by altering traditional grading practices. Using actor-network theory, the authors examine the social effects produced across and throughout a school of education when they changed the meaning and significance of grades. he findings reveal the deeply ingrained and broadly interconnected role that traditional understandings of grades play in defining and stabilizing identities and responsibilities.
Updated: Apr. 04, 2011