Dr. Kaylin Greene has been an advocate of peer learning methods as it builds a sense of community among students. She decided to use peer assessment in her sociology and anthropology courses to encourage students to give critical feedback on each others' work.
The 360-degree peer assessment process on Kritik keeps students engaged from the time they work on their assignment, evaluate their peers' creations, and respond back to the feedback they have received. She found that her students giving effective feedback that was helpful, critical, and actionable.
Fill in the form to see the engaging session we had with Dr. Kaylin Greene as she took a deep dive into her assignments and rubrics, as well as how she leveraged peer assessment to improve student engagement in her class.
- Learnings and strong practices when implementing peer learning
- How to prepare students for peer evaluations
- Activity examples in liberal arts courses.
- How to improve collaboration, reflection, and work quality
- Adapt Peer Learning practices in your courses
- A short walkthrough of Kritik’s peer assessment platform and key features
- 15 minutes of Q&A
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