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  • 1. SPM9618 ®evolution in ICTinfrastructuresUsing peer feedback, review and evaluationin a project-based learning environmentJolien Ubacht, Assistant ProfessorFaculty of Technology, Policy & Management, section ICTJuly 5, 2011 1
  • 2. Form of the module (MSc level)• Students form a research team, the participants are the project leader of the assignment• The team’s objective is to design an analytical framework for innovations in ICT-infrastructures• By following the Grounded Theory approach• Which entails the analysis of empirical case studies such as the Galileo project, P2P applications (Tribler), IPv6, FttH, Skype, Wimax, DAKnet, etc.• Platform for cooperation is a wikiJuly 5, 2011 2
  • 3. An impression in class 3
  • 4. An impression: wiki & framework
  • 5. Peer feedback, review & evaluation• Peer feedback: the students write a communal report (on a wiki) and provide peer feedback on parts of it• Peer review: the students write an individual scientific article and a peer review of each other’s concepts• Peer evaluation: the students fill in peer evaluation modules via the Scorion tool: individual and team assessment• Self evaluation: students reflect upon their Belbin role during the research project and at the end of itJuly 5, 2011 5
  • 6. Peer evaluation with ScorionThree parts:1.Standard individual assessment on Job performance,Attitude, Leadership, Management of Resources andCommunication;2.Team evaluation on 1. Targets, composition & leadership 2. Structure, culture & power 3. Tasks and group process 4. Reaching individual and common results3.Individual reflection based on Belbin roleJuly 5, 2011 6
  • 7. Standard individual peer assessmentin Scorion 7
  • 8. July 5, 2011 8
  • 9. Team Evaluation
  • 10. Individual reflectionPlease reflect on your participation in the design team:were you able to contribute to the team according to yourdominant/primacy Belbin-role?If yes: explain how and why.If not: what is the reason for this and what would you do differentlynext time? Indicate your dominant/primary Belbin Indicate your secondary Belbin role role Plant Plant Monitor Evaluator Monitor Evaluator Coordinator Coordinator Resource Investigator Resource Investigator Implementer Implementer Completer/finisher Completer/finisher Team worker Team worker Shaper Shaper Specialist SpecialistJuly 5, 2011 10
  • 11. Grassroots reflectionJuly 5, 2011 11
  • 12. July 5, 2011 12