The Law of Diminishing Returns says that continuous practice creates continuous improvement, even though improvements may be in smaller and smaller increments. If this is true, should anyone receive a grade of 100% on test, paper or demonstration of skill? Obviously, with Diminishing Returns, none of us every gets it perfect. Are such scores counterproductive in that they create a sense of “being done” or “right” that stops our learners for continuing to practice? Should we eliminate tests and scores because they are artificial and deter continuous development? Take a position and write a two to three paragraph (300 words) position statement. Support your opinions by referencing sources such as the textbook or internet research. Be sure to cite your sources using APA format.
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