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Autograding doesn't have to be all-or-nothing How can I reduce the amount of grading for the assignments? The term "autograding" implies end-to-end work taking a zip file of submissions all the way to posting the completed grades onto your LMS via the API. I don't see the situation as all-or-nothing, and it seems like you'll only get so far ...


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Here is a simple "runner" type of program that has the students practice recursion. https://www.cs.colostate.edu/~fsieker/TestSemester/assignments/RECURSION/RECURSION.html. The assignment consists of four Java files, only one of which is modified by the student. The four are: Shell.java - this is a shell-like program that takes a command from the ...


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One way that you could improve the output for the students (and thereby decrease the grading load on yourself) is to provide a sort of slapdash test-driven development. With each assignment, provide a guiding class with a runner. In that runner, provide the tests you want the students to be able to pass, as well as intermediate tests, in order. Then ...


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