Making mistakes helps us to learn new things, builds confidence and encourages us to take risks. This resource offers 4 peer-assessment strategies and is designed to support in-school teacher training.
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The practice of peer-assessment promotes students’ competence. Assessment processes must be ‘rigorous, credible, objective and participative’ and students must give each other quality feedback throughout the process to increase their motivation and commitment and avoid judgements being perceived as ‘unfair and discouraging’. (Ibarra-Saiz, 2019)
You can find more of these ideas in the book, Mark Plan Teach 2.0
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