Opportunities are included that allow students to provide peer feedback for formative assessment or as a part of group work.
Consider creating a peer evaluation checklist or rubric to guide students.
Points: 2 (Very Important)
QM Alignment: 5.3
Giving and receiving effective feedback is an important skill to learn, and it can help students learn from one another. Consider utilizing peer feedback forms or rubrics especially when students do group projects or when students are writing papers or giving presentations. Students will need training and guidance (structure) on providing effective and constructive feedback, however.
- Articles, Guides
- Peer assessment tools
- Transforming the first-year experience through self and peer assessment
- Peer and self‐assessment in the first year of university
- Using self- and peer-assessment to enhance students’ future-learning in higher education
- The Impact of Peer Assessment on Academic Performance: A Meta-analysis of Control Group Studies
- Does peer assessment promote student learning? A meta-analysis
- Exploring the Value of Peer Feedback in Online Learning for the Provider
- A Review of Bias in Peer Assessment
- Online peer feedback on video presentations: type of feedback and improvement of presentation skills