Diagnostic assessment and training for peer and self-assessment

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>Diagnostic peer assessmentSimon Knight@sjgknighthttp://sjgknight.com @sjgknight</p> <p>ProblemMOOCsClassroom peer assessmentLarge scale research contexts</p> <p>Pedagogy of peer assessment</p> <p>Potential for large scale contexts: (Dillenbourg, Fox, Kirchner, Mitchell, &amp; Wirsing, 2014) (See, for example, Admiraal, Huisman, &amp; Van de Ven, 2014; Kulkarni et al., 2015; OToole, 2013; Suen, 2014), learning analytics (See, for example, Klamma, 2013; Redecker &amp; Johannessen, 2013; Sharples et al., 2014), and e-learning contexts more broadly (See, for example, Whitelock, 2010). And for formative use in such contexts: (R. Ferguson &amp; Sharples, 2014). 2</p> <p>Typical context, students write papers3</p> <p>And are randomly assigned to assess a couple of their peers assessments4</p> <p>B</p> <p>A</p> <p>Inaccuracies or reliability5</p> <p>AE</p> <p>Disagreements (or moreover, lack of agreement with peers)6</p> <p>Lack of motivation7</p> <p>Training/Diagnostic</p> <p>Formative diagnostic learning and training</p> <p>Supports filtering and calibration</p> <p>My researchCalibrated peer review involving diagnostic assessment / training</p> <p>Thanks!http://sjgknight.com @sjgknight</p>


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