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.

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Peer feedback - Paul McLaughlin

  1. 1. Peer Feedback in Groups for Individual Submissions School of Biological Sciences
  2. 2. What it means
  3. 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. 4. What question does it address?
  5. 5. Why is it important?
  6. 6. What did we do
  7. 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. 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. 9. How do we do it?
  10. 10. What did the students think?
  11. 11. What did the students think?
  12. 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. 13. What did I think?
  14. 14. How will we develop it?
  15. 15. Perspectives
  16. 16. Acknowledgments• Principal’s Teaching Award Scheme• Peter Ng (author)• Mark Findlay (help with QMP)

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