Peer assessment and peer feedback involves students reviewing and assessing the work of their peers, and can be a very powerful learning experience. Peer assessment and feedback can cover a broad range of practices and be implemented for economic, cultural, self-assessment, and motivational reasons. However, there are some risks to be managed, and we need to properly prepare students to accept and succeed at peer assessment and feedback.
This course will investigate the how and why peer assessment can be a powerful learning experience for students, share strategies on how to prepare, evaluate, and motivate students to participate in peer assessment.
This course ran from Monday, 4 June to Friday, 8 June 2018 through this blog but is accessible online to anyone interested. There are 5 blog posts, one per day, that will take about 10-15 minutes to work through.
- Day 1 – Why do peer assessment and feedback?
- Day 2 – Preparing students for peer assessment and feedback
- Day 3 – Reliability and validity
- Day 4 – Tools and technology for peer assessment
- Day 5 – Applying peer assessment
This course is brought to you by your regular Coffee Course contributors from the Educational Design team in the Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT).
Technology-Enhanced Learning in Higher Education Certificate
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All are welcome
We welcome all staff, including tutors, demonstrators, professional staff, and academics at the Australian National University and beyond to join us for this course.
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