Computerized Grading System

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CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURES AND STUDIES This chapter presents the review of related literatures and studies including foreign literatures, local literatures, foreign studies, local studies, synthesis and relevance of the reviewed literatures and studies. FOREIGN LITERATURE The article entitled Computerized Grading system (2010) of Harold Wilson states that "In the aim of the universities to supply the correct grades to their students, the idea of grading system is introduces. This involves the computation, submission and retrieving the grades that can effectively support the student’s performance and information. Because of the accurate and fast process of the system, the retrieval of grades can be easy. However, how…show more content…
Because of their financial aid, parental support, athletic participation, or acceptance into study abroad programs students caring more about their grades than their education. These things are all depend on the GPAs. "This attitude of caring more about grades than education can undermine instructors ' pedagogical goals, inhibit effective communication of feedback from instructor to student, and can also discourage the development of students ' independent thought and internal sources. This sytem gives reliable and efficient services to students and to…show more content…
According to Desousa (2008), Computerize Grading System have four benefits. These are the following: 1) Compatibility. Web based applications are far more compatible across platforms than traditional installed software like web browsers. 2) Efficiency. Everyone hates to deal with piles of paper unless they do not have any other alternatives. The benefit of web based solution makes services and information available from any web‐facilitated Personal Computer (PC). 3) Security of live data. Normally in more complex systems data is moved about separate systems and data sources. In web‐based systems, these systems and processes can often be merged by reducing the need to move the data around. Web‐based applications also provide an additional security by removing the need for the user to have access to the data and back end servers. 4) Cost Effective. Web‐based applications can considerably lower the costs because of reduced support and maintenance, lower requirements on the end user system and simplified plans. According to (Guskey) Computerized Grading System (2001) “Grading and reporting are relatively recent phenomena in education. In fact, prior to 1850, grading and reporting were virtually unknown in schools in the United States. Throughout much of the nineteenth century most schools grouped students of all ages and backgrounds together with one teacher in one-room schoolhouses, and few students went beyond elementary studies. The teacher reported students ' learning
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