ERIC Number: EJ880147
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2010-May
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 18
Assessor or Assessee: How Student Learning Improves by Giving and Receiving Peer Feedback
Li, Lan; Liu, Xiongyi; Steckelberg, Allen L.
British Journal of Educational Technology, v41 n3 p525-536 May 2010
This study investigated the relationship between the quality of peer assessment and the quality of student projects in a technology application course for teacher education students. Forty-three undergraduate student participants completed the assigned projects. During the peer assessment process, students first anonymously rated and commented on two randomly assigned peers' projects, and they were then asked to improve their projects based on the feedback they received. Two independent raters blindly evaluated student initial and final projects. Data analysis indicated that when controlling for the quality of the initial projects, there was a significant relationship between the quality of peer feedback students provided for others and the quality of the students' own final projects. However, no significant relationship was found between the quality of peer feedback students received and the quality of their own final projects. This finding supported a prior research claim that active engagement in reviewing peers' projects may facilitate student learning.
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Undergraduate Students, Student Projects, Data Analysis, Peer Evaluation, Preservice Teacher Education, Courses, Educational Technology, Computer Uses in Education, Correlation, Learning Strategies, Student Evaluation, Evaluation Methods, Instructional Effectiveness
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