Engaging Students and Scaling Learning using Research-Validated Peer Assessment

Created by Dave Nelson Employee on Apr 14, 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5592149506064989443

Starts at 10:00 AM · Ends at 11:00 AM, MDT (America/Denver)

  • kroeninm@onid.oregonstate.edu
  • baxl@missouri.edu
  • Anne Huffman
  • Dave Nelson
  • LaVonne Grandy
  • Susan Fein
  • David Wind




Instructors at all levels are finding they have less and less time to guide students in high-value, formative feedback assessments – the kinds of assignments that promote writing-in-the-discipline and develop critical thinking skills. This is particularly true in higher ed, where budget pressures are making it difficult for professors to engage their students and properly scale learning in their courses.   



Join the Peerceptiv team on April 26 to see how instructors are using research-validated peer assessment to more easily assign the writing and formative feedback tasks that build essential critical thinking skills. The webinar will discuss the importance of holding students accountable for the helpfulness of their reviews, which is essential to effectively scale learning in the classroom. We’ll describe the tools used to simplify assignment creation and legitimize peer grading for both instructors and students. We’ll also review the analytics that guide instructor decision-making and time management, and improve outcomes over time.   


Peerceptiv has years of experience in LMS integration via the LTI interoperability standard. We’ll login to Canvas to create a linked course and assignment, and demonstrate how easy it is to reliably offer users a seamless and scalable learning solution.   


Register here for this event: Engaging Students and Scaling Learning using Research-Validated Peer Assessment