Activities: Peer Work

Maintained by Picture of Jez HJez H, Picture of Manoj SolankiManoj Solanki, Picture of Frédéric Massart ⭐Frédéric Massart ⭐, Picture of Amanda DoughtyAmanda Doughty
The Peerwork plugin was designed to replicate functionality of WebPA in Moodle allowing a peer weighting to be applied to assignments. Using this plugin teachers still grade the assignment, but available marks are distributed between students based on peer ratings.
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A common complaint from students working on group assignments is that all students receive the same grade regardless of the amount of individual effort / contribution.

The Peerwork plugin was designed address this by allowing teachers to grade work, but for the available marks to be distributed based on peer assessments of students contribution to the assignment. Within this plugin teachers can:

  1. Set up as many criteria as are needed
  2. Apply Moodle scales to the criteria (usually Likert)
  3. Apply privacy settings / visibility of peer scores and comments
  4. Apply a weighting to the peer element
  5. Require students to complete peer work
  6. Report activity completion based on students completion of peer review
  7. Give students option of leaving feedback comments (can be anonymous)
  8. Grade assignments (teacher)
  9. Modify peer weighting by group
  10. Override final grades where necessary
  11. Control visibility of peer marks and comments to other students
  12. Release grades for all students at the same time
  13. Download csv exports for entire class or individual groups

This plugin was offers an alternative to WebPA natively within Moodle.


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  • Picture of Plugins bot
    Sat, Nov 30, 2019, 12:30 AM
    Approval issue created: CONTRIB-7922
  • Picture of Iñigo Zendegi Urzelai
    Sat, Jul 25, 2020, 2:28 PM
    This plugin looks great, but I haven't found the way to translate it on AMOS, is there any problem with that?
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