Does peer assessment in on-line learning environments work a systematic review of the literature author links open overlay panel thyago tenório a ig ibert bittencourt b seiji isotani c alan pedro silva b. Multi-disciplinary peer-mark moderation of group work peter willmot (corresponding author) keywords: peer assessment, group work, project-based learning 1 introduction literature review there are many claimed benefits of self-and-peer assessment for both teachers and learners: the main potential benefit.
Peer assessment of group work: a review of the literature assessing groupwork by university of melbourne: supplementary information about self and peer assessment.
Of peer review, to discuss the benefits of peer review, and to consider implications in both nursing education and professional practice to gain the best evidence on peer review practices, a systematic review of the literature included a thorough search strategy using the terms peer review and peer assessment in cinahl, pubmed, and web search.
Attitudes of their business students concerning group work, and to determine if their attitudes differ from non-business students they designed a survey to understand student perceptions of five main issues: organization of group work value of group work motivation of instructors experiences with group work and opinions of group work. Work, is the focus of a large proportion of the higher education literature on assessing group work some of the most common approaches to tackling this issue, such as using peer assessment within groups, have been the subject of reviews of a range of studies. Review by peers a guide for professional, clinical and administrative processes y in june 2009 to identify the published literature on peer review, describe the methods being used and assess their effectiveness the literature review and assessment following a complaint or concern being raised. Group work can be used to encourage deeper learning, promote student autonomy by transferring some of the responsibility for teaching and learning to students and simultaneously reduce academic time in feedback and marking while these aims can also be achieved with peer assessment of student output (williams, 1992 hughes & large, 1993 somervell, 1993), its usage is often limited to. The studies were eligible for inclusion in the review if they presented a peer-reviewed primary study, published since january 2004 to october 2014 (10 years) and that presented some contribution on the use of peer assessment approaches in on-line learning environments, including studies that focus on the use of peer evaluations techniques in.
Assessment of group work: summary of a literature review this resource reports a summary of literature describing the assessment of group work in higher education. Peer assessment of product is where students assess other students’ delivered work: either a finished product, in case of summative assessment, or a work in progress in the case of formative assessment.
Assessment matters: self assessment & peer assessment • tdu assessment matters: self assessment and peer assessment introduction the higher education literature testifies to an extensive interest in self and peer assessment much of the self-assessment literature argues. The literature on self- and peer-assessment may be understood as falling within three broad categories – in terms of their use as an assessment tool, in terms of enhancing learning, and in terms of practices and meanings of power.