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Feedback is one of the most powerful instructional tools at your disposal. Let's get your students more of it!

 

We connect K-12 teachers with qualified teaching assistants to grade and provide feedback on student work online. 

Effective Feedback

Goal-oriented, descriptive, actionable, digestible, timely feedback on student writing across the curriculum

Accurate Scoring

Fast, normed, complete and affordable scoring of formative open-ended and extended response assessments

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Professional Learning

Build feedback, rubrics and data expertise, high-fidelity program implementation

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Schools work with The Graide Network in order to achieve their strategic priorities for students and teachers. 

 
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Improve student learning outcomes
with consistent, timely feedback

 
 
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Support teachers capacity
in assessment and feedback best practices

 
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Manage what you measure
with rich, digestible data and reports

 

See what they're saying

Christine S.

"I was incredibly impressed by their work….  I received individual feedback that I could give to each student, as well as a summary of strength and weakness."
- Christine S.
8th Grade English | Denver, CO

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"In a classroom where urgency to build college-ready skills is as high as ours, the platform has proven to be invaluable. This increase in feedback has allowed me to hone in on specific issues within their writing and correct it with expediency."
- Tim A.
High School History | Chicago, IL

 
Sarah S.
 

"The Graide Network has been a great resource for our staff.  It provides a valuable maximization of teacher time while still ensuring students get valuable feedback."

-Sarah S.
Principal, Perspectives Leadership Academy | Chicago, IL

 

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Post
Teachers post detailed information about their assignment, including context about the class, grading instructions, due date, and the rubric. 

Match
Teachers are matched with the best Graider for them and their course. Detailed Graider profiles include ratings, experience, relevant coursework, and more.

Grade
Teachers upload student work, which their Graider grades and returns with detailed individual and class feedback reports.

Review
Teachers review the work, download the grades for their gradebooks and return the feedback reports to students. Lastly, teachers rate and review the Graiders. 

The individual letters of feedback lead to silence in the room while students entered into a moment of introspection while reading the specific and actionable feedback from the Graider.
— John Damaso, Secondary English teacher

Read his full review here

WHO ARE "GRAIDERS"?

Graiders are undergraduate students who are aspiring teachers and are enrolled in or preparing to enroll in top education programs, a.k.a pre-service teachers. In short order, they will be your colleagues!

HOW ARE GRAIDERS VETTED?

Graiders are vetted through a rigorous application and interview process. We evaluate relevant experience and coursework, academic performance, and proficiency in providing effective feedback. We look for a demonstrated commitment to teaching. 

What Type of Feedback?

Graiders provide personalized feedback to students that is descriptive, actionable, and goal-oriented feedback. Read more about our standard framework, "The 7 Hallmarks of Effective Feedback".

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Timely, formative feedback from trained readers - now possible on-demand. 

 

Listen in as the National Writing Project hosts an English teacher, a Graider, and our co-founder. This segment is chock full of feedback tips, nuances of The Graide Network program, and its impact on students, teachers, and pre-service teachers.

Leveraging Feedback: A School Leader's Guide to Transforming School Culture and Student Achievement

Over the past three months, we've teamed up with innovative and successful school leaders from across the country to talk about our favorite topic: feedback. 

We've compiled their collective insight and expertise along with the leading research, tools, and practitioner tips into a how-to guide for creating effective feedback models in your school.