New White Paper: Assessing Integrity & Reliability During Quarantine
As the novel coronavirus began to sweep through the country earlier this year, traditional classrooms became virtual classrooms overnight. This transition forced educators to rethink their coursework, how they engaged with students, and the assessments and assignments they usually administered.
GradeCam surveyed 600 teachers, principals, and administrators during the 2020 school closures necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Their responses brought important issues to light about technology limitations, integrity concerns, grading objectives, equity, and more.
Many educators shared that they struggled with consistent student access and availability, accurate feedback collection on student learning with assessments, and providing engaging instructional content.
The data also revealed that 71% of teachers were significantly concerned about cheating, given the remote learning environment.
A classroom is not defined by its walls. It is defined by its teacher. - Debbie Delaney , GradeCam’s Executive Vice President
While this year has been challenging for educators at any level, there is an opportunity to reevaluate what works in the classroom and improve. GradeCam reveals key findings, data, critical takeaways, and more in a new white paper on Assessing Integrity & Reliability.
Download the free Assessing Integrity & Reliability White Paper and see how administrators, teachers, and students can redefine parts of the hybrid learning experience to unlock the full potential for everyone in the classroom.