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Diane Gusa

ScienceDirect - Educational Research Review : Peer assessment for learning from a socia... - 0 views

  • Peer assessment for learning from a social perspective: The influence of interpersonal variables and structural features
  • Peer assessment for learning from a social perspective: The influence of interpersonal variables and structural features
  • Peer assessment is fundamentally a social process whose core activity is feedback given to and received from others, aimed at enhancing the performance of each individual group member and/or the group as a whole
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  • . Peer assessment is fundamentally a social process whose core activity is feedback given to and received from others, aimed at enhancing the performance of each individual group member and/or the group as a whole
  • Peer assessment is fundamentally a social process whose core activity is feedback given to and received from others, aimed at enhancing the performance of each individual group member and/or the group as a whole
  • Peer assessment is fundamentally a social process whose core activity is feedback given to and received from others, aimed at enhancing the performance of each individual group member and/or the group as a whole.
  • although peer assessment is a social process, interpersonal variables have hardly been studied; more specifically, they were measured in only 4 out of 15 studies.
  • Peer assessment for learning from a social perspective: The influence of interpersonal variables and structural features
ian august

Our Big Idea: Open Social Learning | blog@CACM | Communications of the ACM - 0 views

  • I was charged with explaining my "innovative approach to open social networks for learning"
  • Access. In 1996, Sir John Daniel estimated we would need to create a major university every week to educate the 100 million students qualified to enter a university who have no place to go. Fifteen years later, universities have simply not kept pace with the staggering demand for college education
  • 2007 Silent Epidemic study funded by the Gates Foundation, I had what my students would call (pardon their French) a WTF moment. Eighty-eight percent of high school dropouts have passing grades. Huh?

    Nearly half say they are bored and classes are not interesting.

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  • Technology doesn't help either. They find video lectures and Powerpoints boring, and they read less with e-textbooks than with traditional textbooks. These kids aren't failing out of school; they are simply disengaging.
  • What, then, engages this generation? Social media, for one. They spend 10-15 hours a week on Facebook
  • Open Social Learning. Imagine a Facebook where the point is to study together, not trade pictures and jokes. Imagine a World of Warcraft where students earn levels and points by helping each other learn. Not a video game that teaches physics; instead, let's create an educational experience that is social and game-like.
  • we built a site called OpenStudy External Link, the first large-scale social network that enables students to connect, get help, study together, and earn social capital through game-like rewards.
  • It is a vibrant community of students and teachers, teenagers and adults, people from more than 150 countries engaged in a single activity: learning.
  • OpenStudy is built on three core ideas: open, peer-to-peer, and community of learning.
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    a big idea, in online learning, social community peer facebook type tool build around learning
ian august

Mimi ito peer based learning video pt.1 - 0 views

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    mimi ito talks about peer based social learning website with two examples
ian august

Mimi Ito peer based learning video pt. 2 - 0 views

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    Mimi ito talks about the strong role of peer based learning through two examples
Melissa Pietricola

EBSCOhost: Formative peer assessment in a CSCL environment: a case study - 0 views

  • feedback rules was one of the assessment tools
  • Results showed that students’ attitude towards peer assessment was positive and that assessment assignments had added value. However, not all students fulfilled all assessment assignments
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    Peer Revie adds value and increases positive attitudes towards learning.
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