As a Graider, you are joining an exclusive network of highly-qualified, remote teaching assistants. You are responsible for delivering complete, high-quality feedback and accurate grading on all assignments.
Graiders are also responsible for professional conduct, including:
Effective time management skills and meeting all assignment deadlines.
Timely, clear, and appropriate communication with teachers and The Graide Network team. Be sure to communicate all questions, problems, and concerns as soon as possible.
Professional language when grading assignments and working with teachers.
Respecting student privacy. Graiders must never share student work with any third party or use it for any means outside of the agreed upon work with the teacher.
For some assignments, you may be required to complete prerequisite norming exercises and mock assignments. This ensures students, teachers and schools receive exceptional grading and feedback support and student performance data that is statistically reliable. Failure to deliver consistent, high-quality work or to successfully complete prerequisite norming and calibration work will result in your removal from the assignment and, potentially, the network.
ELPD is a framework that allows us to rate Graider performance in the skills we have determined to be critical to success: Effective Feedback, Learning Mindset, Proactiveness, and Dependability. During the first week of every month, we will conduct an internal review for all Graiders who have completed at least 15 hours of work during the previous month. You'll know where you stand based on your Overall Graider Score and have opportunities to improve. Our best Graiders will be recognized for their success and eligible for more work on a consistent basis.
Examples of what we look for when we are reviewing Graiders are shown below in our ELPD Checklist. For a more complete guide to ELPD, check out our ELPD Rubric.