The NEA Higher Education Advocate September 2009
Most of us are conscientious about our grading and responses to student work. But too often we wonder if the responses we’ve labored over actually mean anything to our students. This issue’s Thriving in Academe offers a solution that saves teachers time and that students say helps them better understand their assignments and what instructors expect of them.
Inside this Issue:
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