Designing a peer review assessment task

Practical pedagogy sessions

Explore learning techniques and strategies for developing successful peer assessment activities for your students.

About this session

Peer assessment can be a powerful meta-cognitive tool, allowing students to engage in the learning process as an evaluator of others. This unique perspective gives the students insight into the assessment process, but also allows them to provide rich feedback to their peers on their work.

Using examples from Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Subjects and Communities within the LMS, this session will share tips for assessment design, scoring and grading guidelines, critical to the success of any peer assessment activity.

In addition, techniques and strategies to ensure that students (who may initially be uncomfortable with giving and receiving feedback from peers), understand the benefits of peer assessment to their own learning will be explored.

Presenters

Bronwyn Disseldorp, Learning Environments
Peter Mellow, Learning Environments
Academic guest – to be advised

Location

Elisabeth Murdoch building, Parkville

2017 sessions

Friday 2 June, 12.15-1.15pm

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