P2P: Assessing a Peer Evaluation Strategy
The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of peer evaluation in a performance-based, Web-enhanced undergraduate instructional technology course. The results of a survey administered at the end of three semesters indicated that learners believe the peer evaluation process helped them improve the quality of their own work, both as a result of being a peer evaluator themselves and from the quality of the feedback received from their classmate-evaluators. Higher quality final projects with fewer mistakes corroborated the students’ assessment. These findings provide valuable information for instructors who are currently utilizing or considering the implementation of a peer evaluation process as a part of their instructional strategy. The results of this study indicate that including peer evaluation in the final project enhanced student performance. Significant technology integration was used to facilitate the projects.
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Chang, Ching-Wen, Cathy J. Pearman, and Nicholas W. Farha. "P2P: Assessing a peer evaluation strategy." Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE) 3, no. 1 (2010)
Journal of Educational Technology Development & Exchange