After thousands of professor conversations, dozens of workshops and hours of research, we have compiled the three most common questions we receive about peer assessment.
How does peer assessment with Kritik work in larger classrooms?
Does peer assessment lead to a higher rate of plagiarism?
Is peer-to-peer assessment really an accurate method of student grading?
This workshop addresses these questions and more head-on with research and direct use cases from professors. Have additional questions of your own? Bring them to the workshop where we answer them on the spot.
The workshop will feature:
Professor Heidi Engelhardt, Department of Biology, University of Waterloo
Professor Alex Gainer, Department of Economic, University of Alberta
What to expect in the 45-minute workshop:
- Common myths of peer assessment
- Kritik in larger classrooms - with use cases, data and testimonials
- Addressing plagiarism with peer assessment - with use cases, data and testimonials
- Ensuring accuracy of peer grading with peer assessment - with recent published research, data and testimonials
- Q/A and Discussion
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