nongraded


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nongraded

[¦nän′grād·əd]
(geology)
Pertaining to a soil or an unconsolidated sediment consisting of particles of essentially the same size.
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As mentioned previously, this could be because the general-education students received a grade for their answers, whereas Cell Biology students answered the questions as a nongraded supplement to their cumulative final exam.
A (nongraded) operad can be seen as a differential graded operad having trivial differentials, and nongraded objects are objects trivially graded.
Housekeeping tasks serve another purpose: they introduce students to the wiki in a nongraded activity but one that is practical and meaningful.
In the present study, only a few of the students participated in the nongraded collaborative asynchronous forums or attempted to interact with each other unless they knew each other prior to the online course.
In an attempt to address this problem with the 2003 class, we gave bonus points for attendance and nongraded in-class activities.
Principals can provide "the freedom to experiment with new workplace designs, such as teaming or nongraded classrooms.
In 1987, Goodlad and Anderson revised and republished The Nongraded Elementary School (originally
The district has nine alternative, or "magnet," elementary schools, offering foreign language immersion, performing and visual arts, nongraded assessment and other specialized programs.
Over the past eight years, Barry has overseen many changes from nongraded schools to budget cuts, school closures to opening the city's new magnet school.
Primary grades are nongraded and the school day runs 75 minutes longer than that of the typical school.