Assessment Forward Learning is a formative assessment framework that enables students to critically assess their peer’s work in a way that constructively develops their own understanding of upcoming assessment criteria.
Research shows that meaningfully integrated interactions (student–content, student–student, and student–teacher) increase learning outcomes.
A summary of the pros and cons of group work with links to relevant literature.
An overview of the benefits of using peer assessment in teaching and learning.
Guidance to help you prepare and design your peer assessment activity