Peer Review

Essential Details

Interaction Type People Time Stakes

 Learner-to-Learner

✖​ Learner-to-Instructor

✖ Learner-to-Content

✖ Individual

With Others

 Asynchronous

✖ Synchronous

★ Low-Stakes

✖ High-Stakes

Description

With a rubric provided by faculty, students review, offer conclusions, and provide comments on a peer's paper.

Example

Students have turned in a first draft of a paper. Faculty puts students into groups of two or three. Students peer review their group members work according a faculty-provided rubric. This rubric focuses on organization, flow, and argument and not on grammar and spelling. Sample revisions are provided. This website can also be used: https://writingcenter.fas.harvard.edu/pages/revising-draft.

Bloom's level

The level in bold indicates this activity’s place within Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning (Cognitive Domain). Higher-levels contains lower-levels within it.

Level Action

Sixth

Create

 Fifth

★ Evaluate

Fourth Analyze
Third Apply
Second Understand
First Remember

Verb

Conclude

Tools

Canvas Assignment

Teaching Goal

The one main teaching goal for your activity

Practice New Skills or Concepts