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Centre for Teaching and Learning

Conduct Peer Review IconConduct Peer Review

 

 

Best Practices

  • Be clear about the stages to the peer-based activity, such as deadlines, and student responsibilities
  • Clarify how students will be monitored and evaluated throughout the peer-review process
  • Explain the pedagogical value of the exercise
  • Grant students time to familiarize themselves with the evaluation criteria before they provide their feedback 
  • Introduce students to the platform being used for peer review

 

Tool
Description
Feedback Fruits

Peer Review

Peer Review enables instructors to create assignments for students to provide feedback to their peers on deliverables like documents or videos based on predefined criteria.

To add Peer Review to your course: Adding a FeedbackFruits Activity.

Feedback Fruits

Group Member Evaluation

The tool streamlines how students assess their peers’ collaboration skills. The instructor specifies the criteria students use to evaluate their peers’ contribution to group work.

To add Peer Review to your course: Adding a FeedbackFruits Activity.

More Tools to Consider*
Tool
Description
Aropa

Aropä is a web-based tool that supports peer review of assignments. Aropa can be used for students to provide formative or summative feedback and/or grades to each other. There is also an additional option that allows the student feedback to be graded by students, TA's, or by an instructor.

GRASP GRASP is a web-based tool that supports peer review of performance in groups. GRASP can be used by students to provide formative and/or summative feedback to each other in group projects. 

*Tools Not Supported By Queen's