From the conference in Vienna!
During this presentation, the participants will have a closer look at the added value of peer assessment in Higher Education. More specific, we examine how an instructional intervention focused on engaging both the assessor and assessee in the peer feedback process can be advantageous for the quality of students’ peer feedback and written product in a real-life or CSCL environment.
In order to encourage peer feedback dialogue, we have a closer at the effect of structuring the role of the assesseeand/or assessor by respectively providing them with a peer feedback request and/or content checklist, together with a structured peer feedback template. Several examples from various courses will illustrate how peer assessment can be implemented in order to inspire other educators.
Categories: 2022 Vienna, Reflection/Thinking
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