Salem, T. (n.d.). Study: Fair Classroom Practices Reduce Threat of ‘Evaluation Retaliation’. Retrieved July 18, 2018

Students are less likely to offer negative evaluations of their teachers if they perceive classroom practices to be fair, according to a study of undergraduate students by researchers at Washington State University. Researchers found students considered four things when evaluating fairness: obtaining student feedback, using grading rubrics, having a policy that allows students to make up for missed assignments and avoiding grading bias.

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