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Peer Assessment That Works (Teacher's Guide) (Paperback) (Betty Mcdonald)
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In the real world a lot of activities require people to work in groups. Consciously or unconsciously each member assesses other members using their own predetermined criteria. Recognizing the significance of such assessment this book presents tried and tested ways of peer assessment that provide students with pleasant memorable experiences. Everyday challenges are addressed and possible solutions are offered. Drawing from over 40 years of academic experience in several different countries of the world, the author uses the many lessons learned to substantiate recommendations. Simple, straightforward yet groundbreaking techniques are employed to enhance peer assessment and improve its validity and reliability. Students learn to be more self-aware, productive, autonomous, collaborative and communicative. The strategies discussed in this book help both educators and students to manage and maintain trust. Shareware graphics used for mental stimulation and pictorial illustrations are intended to simplify explanations. This is the “go-to? book when you need help with peer assessment.
Edition: Teacher's Guide
Number of Pages: 60
Sub-Genre: Aims + Objectives, Evaluation
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc
Author: Betty Mcdonald
Street Date: November 25, 2015
Item Number (DPCI): 248-00-7733
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