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.
Degree of free-will On a nongraded scale, participants evaluated the source of stress when participating in certificate examinations, including stress from parents, teachers, and peers, as well as an individuals' degree of free will in making a decision.
Arend (2007) showed that formative assessment based on nongraded assignments can motivate more practice and improve instructor feedback.
Making the transition from graded to nongraded primary school education.
When we compute the dual of a graded or nongraded operad, we get graded objects which involve suspensions.
Providing feedback is more important than assigning a grade, nongraded evaluation can be used to increase motivation even if that evaluation is not a criterion for grades, and teachers should avoid evaluation devices that increase anxiety and competition.
There were 2 components of the CAP PAP: a "graded" or field-validated portion, which was used for interlaboratory comparison purposes, and an "educational" or nongraded (non-field-validated) segment.
Achievement effects of the nongraded elementary school: A best evidence synthesis.
Educational reform and the self-efficacy beliefs of teachers implementing nongraded primary school programs.
Because the lumber used by the pallet industry does not have to be clear, pallets have become the largest user of nongraded lumber and cants.
Antecedents of personalization have been known in the past under different names: nongraded education, continuous progress education, individualized instruction, individually guided or prescribed education, adaptive instruction, and so forth.