I am going to write my thesis about the effect of language accuracy on peer assessment.
One of my class is going to be organised in moodle.
Does moodle help peer assessment?
If yes how?
Thanks in advance.
It was nice, the way in which the workshop was utilised in the MOOC sept last, how was that done Mary? I cant remember...Doh!
Thanks Mary, very helpful. I shall have a look at it all-if I come up with any gem of an idea I will post back here.
I really like the Workshop. Some of our instructors do peer assessment using groups of students in a forum set up with separate groups. Students post there own papers and the group members assess each others papers. Only the students within the group and the instructor can see the comments.
This looks really useful. For an asynchronous environment, the forced transitions between stages would not be appropriate, but a version of this in which it was not necessary for everyone's piece of work to be at the same stage at the same time would be good.
this used to be the case in Moodle 1.x but led to all sorts of problems (e.g. matching evaluators to submissions was not random, so you had the early birds marking already when others hadn't handed in, people having to wait for submissions to be able to start giving feedback, ...)
I prefer the new phases and have used the "new" workshop successfully in asynchronous scenarios.
Give it a try!
Best from wintry Germany,