RECORDING SESSION: Student Peer Review - Computer-Supported; Benefits, Potential, Challenges (e.g., Training)
Invited Planners/Contributors: Ed Gehringer, Dmytro Babik, Eric Ford, Jennifer Kidd, Ferry Pramudianto, David Tinapple
TLT Group Moderators: Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey, Sally Gilbert
2:00 Main event
3:00-3:30 Extension if needed
Each invited guest has experience and expertise with Computer-Supported Student Peer Review, and has participated in an NSF-funded project to develop related Web-based services. This session will address some of the following topics within that context:
Training for Students, Training for Instructors, Constructive Feedback for Students (Media Options), Grading, Class Size, Student Participation and Engagement, Assessment, Variations for Face-to-Face, Hybrid, and Online Courses.
We’ll consider benefits, liabilities, reliabilities, challenges, …
Our goal is to produce several 5-15 minute recordings, each of which will encourage and support students’ and faculty members’ effective use of computer-supported peer review. We will also try to identify questions and topics that are worthy of (or require) more extensive discussion in later FridayLive! sessions or elsewhere... for example:
How can computer-supported grading and reviewing of students’ work provide more and better feedback to students? Deepen learning? While decreasing, or at least not increasing, faculty workload?