Love the professor and her enthusiasm for the subject. The exams is where they get you. The paper timed exams (gradescope) would not be bad but she asks open ended, vague questions where she definitely has a preferred answer. One would expect decent partial credit but instead the grading was brutal. Rather have multiple choice questions...
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allowing up to 2 attempts for full credit. Questions will be mostly multiple choice and related to the current week’s lectures. The weekly quiz must be completed by the designated Friday at 11:59pm. Midterm/Final: Everyone must take the midterm and ﬁnal exam, which will be timed, graded for accuracy and
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I'm one of the founders of Gradescope (the company in the other post). I see where you're coming from, but I actually think that both of these posts describe ways for students to get more open ended assessment, rather than automatically graded multiple choice questions (i.e. what's typical in MOOCs and Scantrons).
multiple-choice quizzes, or maybe calling on individual students who are willing to solve problems. Each instructor can choose to hold our classes online or in a hybrid format, or to do a combination. If possible, the instructors will each spread out their classes in order to accommodate students in other time zones.
´Online using Gradescope, students will upload images of their handwritten work ´Open note and textbook ´More exams, less points, shorter time window, multiple versions? ´5 comprehensive exams, equal weight (only 4 counted towards the grade) ´Allow for ~1.5 hours of time to complete the 45 min exam