Teaching Students to Provide Peer Feedback


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What is peer feedback?

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1. Which of the following is NOT a benefit of peer feedback?

2. How should good feedback always begin?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These materials will assist you in teaching students how to give each other useful feedback. The quiz covers some basic definitions, as well as the correct order of the steps in the peer review process.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These assessments measure your understanding of:

  • Basic peer review definition
  • How to begin and end the peer review process
  • Benefits and drawbacks of peer feedback
  • How to give criticism

Skills Practiced

This lesson enables students to use the following skills:

  • Critical thinking - examine information about how to conduct a peer review from beginning to end
  • Defining key concepts - understand fundamental terms, such as peer feedback and criticism
  • Reading comprehension - recall and comprehend key peer feedback concepts from the lesson

Additional Learning

Review the accompanying lesson Teaching Students to Provide Peer Feedback for more information about this topic. You'll study these objectives:

  • Advantages of the peer feedback system
  • The pedagogical benefits of fostering student interaction
  • Learning to emphasize positive traits
  • The feedback fishbowl method