Gradify's platform, policies, and practices ensure that grading is both academically rigorous and pedagogically sound. We employ a variety of measures to achieve these outcomes.
Gradify admits graders who are committed to providing timely, detailed, and actionable feedback on student assignments. Any subject-matter expert can score an assignment; you don't need a dedicated grader for that. What makes grading meaningful to students is feedback, but that's also among the most time-consuming of faculty activities. Enter Gradify: help your students internalize their learning.
Rubrics clarify what instructors expect of student assignments; they also help students better understand the scores they earned. Rubrics ensure process discipline and objectivity in the grading process by imposing structure on what can be a subjective process.
At Gradify, instructors provide a rubric when submitting a grading job. If they don't use a rubric, they are provided with well-known reference sites. They can also download a template, customize it, and upload it for the grader. At a minimum, instructors are asked to provide the grading criteria, their weights and a scoring scale.