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Peer feedback - Paul McLaughlin

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Individual students were asked to complete assessment questions. They then attended a 'marking event' in a Teaching Studio where they graded each others work with support from staff.

Individual students were asked to complete assessment questions. They then attended a 'marking event' in a Teaching Studio where they graded each others work with support from staff.

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  • 1. Peer Feedback in Groups for Individual Submissions School of Biological Sciences
  • 2. What it means
  • 3. Group A-1 Group B-1 Group A-2 Group B-2 A-1 B-1Prior to class(individual submission) A-2 B-2 In class Group B (group marking Group A of other group’s Submissions) Tutor
  • 4. What question does it address?
  • 5. Why is it important?
  • 6. What did we do
  • 7. Group A-1 Group B-1 Group A-2 Group B-2 A-1 B-1Prior to class(individual submission) A-2 B-2 In class Group B (group marking Group A of other group’s Submissions) Tutor
  • 8. Q1 Qn Q1 Qn Graph Text Text Author Assignment Students Do Assignment QMP Author Feedback Marking Session For 1 to No of Questions QMP Q1 Qn For 1 to No in Group Q1Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Instance SessionFeedback n Feedback n marks marks Establish groups Swap groups Feedback 1 Feedback n Mark groups marks EndDo Send back work EndDo
  • 9. How do we do it?
  • 10. What did the students think?
  • 11. What did the students think?
  • 12. What did the students think? “The bit I liked is that you didn’t just have to be just you: it was everyone and it made you think of what other people think of answers; because my line of thought about someone who answered a question differently to how I answered was that it might be wrong; but when someone explains it to you and when we talk it through it gets far more meaning and you understand it better and I understand the different ways you can answer questions far more.” “There were lots of examples of ways to get it wrong as well You can see how a lot of people waffle in their answers. We can tell what is waffly and what is straight to the point. I think that was the best”
  • 13. What did I think?
  • 14. How will we develop it?
  • 15. Perspectives
  • 16. Acknowledgments• Principal’s Teaching Award Scheme• Peter Ng (author)• Mark Findlay (help with QMP)

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