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grading homework get money not points

Anah-ria 3 years ago updated by World of Potter 9 months ago 3

For grading homework get only money not points. 

You get more points for grading than actually doing homework, which some abuse.

I think it would be fair to get rich from gradings but not to get points. Or at least get less points than for actually doing the work.

Its disappointing to work hard on a homework for an hour, then spend 10min grading and get more points for grading.


The level for grading should be higher as level 3 which you have after 3 days. By that time you got 20 comments to your homework and some of them are graded by copy and paste E's.

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I don't think it'd be a good idea to take away the points. If you don't earn points for it, I think many people wouldn't continue grading, and would thus give the teachers/ATs a lot more work. Three days are enough to read the assignment grading guide, right? - I do think that it would be a good idea to earn a few more points for making homework! When you submit a 2500-word homework and only get 10 points for it, it's kind of disappointing. Perhaps extra points could be given for a higher word count. Because say you get 25 points for an Outstanding instead - the assignments with only 3 lines would get 25 points too... while longer assigments obviously have taken more effort. 

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I agree, that it's not a good idea, but more points for a long text would make ppl do a long text out of context just to get more and that wouldn't be okay. It's about the assignments demanding enough to don't giving Outstanding for a assignment on two lines.