A nice thought!
Daniel Theuns

I think that assessments with “right/wrong” questions can still be non-graded. What if a teacher wrote, “You clearly understand xyz concept — good job! You do need to work on abc, though (see questions 4, 8, 9, and 12)…” followed by specific direction for helping with understanding? The student can clearly tell how many questions were or were not answered correctly. Why would a grade even be necessary in that case?

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