- Peer assessment as formative vs summative assessment
- Peer assessment, peer evaluation and peer review
- Students’ involvement as assessors and in the creation of rubrics, the associated advantages and challenges
- Importance of good rubric design for peer assessment
- Inclusion of reflective practice in peer assessment
- Team work vs group work and how can we incorporate these as assessable skills – challenges to teach these skills as part of curriculum
- Moderation process in peer assessment
The discussion on peer assessment at the first COP was timely given the Assessment Tool Project (as part of Student Journey Project) that Dr Chie Adachi is leading, progresses us towards University wide implementation of peer assessment tools. If you have further feedback and would like to contribute to the project, please contact Chie (firstname.lastname@example.org or 43895).
The next OurTeaching COP will be on August 27 and we hope to see many of you there for more sharing of our teaching and learning practices and experiences.
If you have any topics in mind to be shared at this forum, please fill in the online form (link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/dlf-ta-OurTeaching)