Last week, we shared the second part of our series of reports looking at new ways of assessing learning on the Web. Parts 1 and 2 generated some excellent discussion, and we’re hoping to keep these conversations going with the final instalment.
Part 3 interrogates the issue of feedback, and the role that peer feedback has in improving the learning of those who give the feedback as well as those who receive it. It goes on to explore how peer feedback can be associated with dozens of other skills, including communication, conflict resolution, negotiation, and empathy.
This report is the final in a three-part series of conversations about assessment online, which we hope will engage our partners and collaborators, stimulate conversations and move the discussion forward – we’d love to hear what you think.