Aaron Lex C. De Asis
Statement of the problems
* The long process of inquiry of grades are inconvenient, tiresome and at some instances are time consuming and costly.
* The students need to go directly to their respective registrar in order to inquire their grade.
* The instructors are encountering errors during encoding of grades.
Review of Related Literature
Online instruction seems to be the ideal answer for busy individuals with a job and a family, who need more education in order to advance or just keep pace professionally (Holt, 1999; Macht,1998). What could be better than a class that meets any time you are ready and have a computer available, for exactly the amount of time you have, and builds a close relationship with your professor and classmates through collaborative discussions (Gray, 1998; Vetter, 1997)? It could be the only way in which students who live far from a campus to ...view middle of the document...
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This chapter includes the review of related literature and studies. This will give more information about the study. The Online Grading Inquiry System is a dynamic system designed to provide the grades, profile and information about Administrator, Faculty, and Students in a simple and sensitive fashion. The information is stored in a database. Administrator, Faculty, and Students are provided by the system with their own username and password in order to access to the Online Grading Inquiry System. No member can alter the information provided by the system. A certain Administrator, Faculty, and Students must have the permission of the assign Admin to edit the information gathered in the system. Once logged in, a member can see the profile system with his or her profile information. (Gregorio et.al, 1976) Letter grades were first used in the United States in the last part of the 19th century. Both colleges and high schools began replacing other forms of assessment with letter and percentage grades in the early 20th century. While grading systems appear to be fairly standardized in the U.S., debates about grade inflation and the utility of grades for fostering student learning continue. Universities have always evaluated students, but the modern grading system did not always exist. In fact, in the 18th century, there was no standardized means of evaluating students, and certainly no means by which student performance at one institution could be easily compared with student performance somewhere else. It was in the first part of the 20th century that American elementary and high school education also began using standardized grading systems.