nongraded


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non·grad·ed

 (nŏn-grā′dĭd)
adj.
1. Being without grade levels: a nongraded elementary school.
2. Consisting of particles of essentially the same size, as soil.

nongraded

(ˌnɒnˈɡreɪdɪd)
adj
(Education) education relating to schools that do not give grades based on academic performance and that do not have grade levels
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Nongraded education: Overcoming obstacles to implementing the multiage classroom.
When the option is available, set up a nongraded discussion thread each week where students can post questions about the week's assignment(s).
ERIC Descriptors: English Language Learners; School Districts; Classification; Language Proficiency; English (Second Language); Core Curriculum; Mixed Methods Research; Longitudinal Studies; Interviews; Principals; Elementary School Teachers; Secondary School Teachers; Alignment (Education); Nongraded Student Evaluation; Mainstreaming; Credits; Curriculum Design; Elementary School Students; High School Students; Urban Schools; Educational Policy; Evaluation Criteria; Barriers; Academic Achievement; Teacher Attitudes; Faculty Development; Social Integration; Language Tests; Middle School Students
In particu- lar, the difference in the maximum displacements is more than 50 Percent in the graded models and more than 35 Percent in the nongraded models.
The goal of this nongraded but required experience is to provide a simulation experience in a nonthreatening environment that is reflective of the work that each nurse practitioner student will encounter with actual patients at clinical sites.
In Cell Biology, the post-test was given during their cumulative final exam but attached as a nongraded supplement.
The techniques portion takes place prior to insertion into the field training exercise (FTX) where instructors focus on nongraded practical exercises.
Degree of effort or cost On a nongraded scale, participants were asked to assess the evaluation system of the examination (including criteria, application requirements, and so on), to understand the degree of effort or cost required to participate in the examination at each school.
Educational reform and self-efficacy beliefs of teachers implementing nongraded primary school programs.
Arend (2007) showed that formative assessment based on nongraded assignments can motivate more practice and improve instructor feedback.