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Inject Rubrics into Short Answer Grading System

Tianqi Wang, Naoya Inoue, Hiroki Ouchi, Tomoya Mizumoto, Kentaro Inui
2019 Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Deep Learning Approaches for Low-Resource NLP (DeepLo 2019)  
In this paper, we present a method to inject information from rubrics into SAG systems.  ...  Short Answer Grading (SAG) is a task of scoring students' answers in examinations.  ...  Introduction Short Answer Grading (SAG) is the task of automatically evaluating the correctness of students' answers to a given prompt in an examination (Mohler et al., 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/d19-6119 dblp:conf/acl-deeplo/WangIOMI19 fatcat:oxtmyxu425hvtnfeg3w5m5irty

Integrating Real-Time Drawing and Writing Diagnostic Models: An Evidence-Centered Design Framework for Multimodal Science Assessment [chapter]

Andy Smith, Osman Aksit, Wookhee Min, Eric Wiebe, Bradford W. Mott, James C. Lester
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
While this understanding is often assessed through summative, multiple-choice instruments, science notebooks have been used extensively in elementary and secondary grades as a mechanism to promote and  ...  The findings reveal that ECD provides an expressive unified framework for multimodal assessment of science learning with accurate predictions of student learning. tutoring systems for science education  ...  Automatic grading of written short answers has long been the focus of the ITS and natural language processing (NLP) communities, with short answers being defined as natural language responses varying in  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-39583-8_16 fatcat:mqmrfhdtsjhghdobynqows2tm4

Providing a Uniform Design Experience in an Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Program

Filippo A. Salustri, Patrick W. Neumann
2017 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
To attempt to address this, the authors are constructing courseware to help instructors of non-design engineering courses embed rich and consistent design projects into their courses.  ...  We assume that detailed design has been covered separately, as part of the target courses into which Fast Design is to be injected.  ...  The TAs did not return the rubrics to the instructor; only report grades were provided.  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.v0i0.6530 fatcat:wmbvmytf7fh7bmbindzi5vi5sy

Developing Vaccine Advocates: Training Students to Address Vaccine Hesitancy and/or Refusal

Deepti Vyas, Suzanne M. Galal, Edward L. Rogan, Eric G. Boyce
2017 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
Students then participated in an encounter with a simulated patient who assessed the students' abilities using a 16-item grading rubric related to the art of the rhetoric, communication skills, and social  ...  child's immune system.  ...  The grading rubric was divided into three components: the art of the rhetoric, communication skills, and social-emotional competence.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe6338 pmid:30425397 pmcid:PMC6221531 fatcat:5uzotwepnreefcdwp5liw4jiwu

Situational Awareness as a Measure of Performance in Cyber Security Collaborative Work

Ashish Malviya, Glenn A. Fink, Landon Sego, Barbara Endicott-Popovsky
2011 2011 Eighth International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations  
Some participants were very concise in answering the questions and adhered to the yes/no answer format leading to short response times.  ...  Scoring data gathered included evaluation rubrics for each inject (twenty per team) and the output of the competition's automated scoring engine.  ... 
doi:10.1109/itng.2011.161 dblp:conf/itng/MalviyaFSE11 fatcat:tzwabbx6bjal5nangf5ub7uijq

Student-AI Creative Writing: Pedagogical Strategies for Applying Natural Language Generation in Schools [article]

David James Woo, Yanzhi Wang, Hengky Susanto
2022 arXiv   pre-print
AI natural language generation (NLG) is a process where computer systems generate human-comprehensible language texts from information.  ...  Additionally, using design-based research, we developed seven workshops where students learned to write with the four text generators and answered reflection questions.  ...  grade-levels.  ... 
arXiv:2207.01484v2 fatcat:aguq2pfsvrarfate3cfebkoy7e

Development of an Oncology Elective in a Pharmacy School

Sonia Amin Thomas
2016 Madridge Journal of Pharmaceutical Research  
Topics covered in the elective ranged from double checking a chemotherapy order, making chemotherapy with a closed system transfer device, new drugs, first line treatment articles, oral targeted chemotherapy  ...  Student injected the correct volume of fluid into the bag. 13. Student correctly labeled all products prepared with expiration dates and signatures. 14.  ...  system was clearly described 0 1 4 10 17 32 4.3 5 5 .81 476 4.3 28 476 4.3 28 Q12 The grading system was applied as described 0 1 2 11 18 32 4.4 5 5 .75 476 4.3 72 476 4.3 72 Q13 C ourse coordinator  ... 
doi:10.18689/mjpr-1000101 fatcat:p6gv55awundbdf2x6o2a5mqdla

Mechanistic Knowledge and Public Opinion of GMOs

Allison Haskell
2018 The Eagle Feather  
Responses to multiple choice and free response questions allowed insight into their knowledge and opinions of GMOs.  ...  Short Answer Response Grading Each short-answer response regarding participant's knowledge of the process of genetic modification was manually graded using a 1-4 numerical grading system.  ...  Participants' News Sources Figure 6 . 6 Question Grading Rubric Mechanistic Knowledge and Public Opinion of GMOs -8/8no answer, only answered why, I don't know, using chemicals, injecting hormones,  ... 
doi:10.12794/tef.2017.364 fatcat:fee4kv4wyjcvffi3qdfuxmvvri

An Elective Course in Differential Diagnostics

David Fuentes
2011 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
Students asked questions and researched the answers, providing a written rationale for needing the information and the source of the information.  ...  Students were informed that if they did not achieve the required criteria for any given area, according to the rubric, they would have to successfully complete remedial assignments before a final grade  ...  Peer evaluations rendered "pass" grades for everyone.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe759185 pmid:22171113 pmcid:PMC3230346 fatcat:yfslwil2mrfyndwtml2das72mm

Potency Analyses Provide Insight Into Student Aseptic Compounding Technique Errors

Rebecca K Lee, Robert P Shrewsbury
2019 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
Students' performances were evaluated using an observation-based rubric and were subject to potency analysis.  ...  hydrochloride injection should have been 65%.  ...  However, the broken ampule was an open system and thus removed the potential for a pull-back pressure on the syringe.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe7338 pmid:31871356 pmcid:PMC6920651 fatcat:swadapolbncdxms5r7duu74rxa

Implementation of Biodesign process to Identify Unmet Needs of Tuberculosis Patients in Indonesia

Melinda Siswanto, Gabriella Thimoty, Jonathan Hendrik Bera
2021 Indonesian Journal of Life Sciences  
It affects the respiratory system and may spread to the other organ.  ...  The marking rubric used in this study uses the rubric in Biodesign (Zenios et al., 2009) . RESULTS & DISCUSSION The data collected were formulated into needs statements (Table 2 ).  ...  Rubric is designed following the important factors that are considered to be important, making sure to have taken into account all DSTM (Disease, Stakeholder, Treatment, and Analysis).  ... 
doi:10.54250/ijls.v3i1.123 fatcat:jfayp4br2ne5ped5n5bd5a5dii

Lighting the Fires of Learning in Law School: Implementing ABA Standard 314 by Incorporating Effective Formative Assessment Techniques Across the Curriculum

Julie Ross, Diana Donahoe
2020 University of Pittsburgh law review  
Formative assessments are one tool that these professors can use to inject more learning into their teaching environments.  ...  might be applied to the samples, or even a short video with the professor talking through how she would apply the rubric to each sample.  ... 
doi:10.5195/lawreview.2020.719 fatcat:6zblmmphpzb3jngdjkzwmmkqde

Practical and Philosophical Reflections Regarding Aural Skills Assessment

Stanley V. Kleppinger
2017 Indiana Theory Review  
how such values can be injected into the assessment.  ...  , alongside answer keys.  ... 
doi:10.2979/inditheorevi.33.1-2.06 fatcat:wsqey373anaw5ktktfzi6qipby

First Year Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) Using the CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Engineering Technology in Zebrafish †

Jay M. Bhatt, Anil Kumar Challa
2018 Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education  
Each group successfully cloned at least one plasmid-encoding CRISPR/sgRNA template, visually analyzed injected embryos, and performed genotyping assays to detect CRISPR-Cas9 activity.  ...  offered to freshman students; nine students worked in four groups (two to three members per group) to design, synthesize, and test the nuclease activity of the CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short  ...  In vitro transcribed CRISPR/sgRNA samples (AMPLIS-CRIBE T7 High Yield Transcription Kit), along with Cas9 protein (GeneArt Platinum Cas9 Nuclease, ThermoFisher Scientific), were injected into zebrafish  ... 
doi:10.1128/jmbe.v19i1.1245 pmid:29904527 pmcid:PMC5969413 fatcat:ixdcdalrivdubb4drybsta64l4

Hacking the Music Theory Classroom

Philip Duker, Anna Gawboy, Bryn Hughes, Kris P. Shaffer
2015 Music Theory Online  
In SBG, students receive multiple grades in reference to clearly defined learning objectives rather than a single grade that may mask weaknesses by averaging them with strengths.  ...  literature surrounding the three hacks as they have been incorporated in a variety of academic disciplines, the authors present four testimonials describing how the three hacks have been incorporated into  ...  Teachers who use rubrics when evaluating student work will find ready parallels with a standards-based grading system.  ... 
doi:10.30535/mto.21.1.2 fatcat:zxrnllss45ddffog3b6kd3zpvy
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