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The Value of Peer Grading Using Rubrics

August 21, 2015 Ashley Castleberry

Peer evaluation and grading can be a powerful teaching method. Learning occurs when student have to assess another student’s work because it forces them to analyze the finer nuances of the assignment in order to grade and provide effective feedback to a peer. This feature can be used to assess as well as teach. This session will explore how ExamSoft Rubrics can be used for peer grading and lessons learned when first implementing this type of assignment. 

 

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About the Author

Ashley  Castleberry

Ashley Castleberry is a Customer Strategist for ExamSoft and previous Director of Assessment at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy in Little Rock, Arkansas. After completing her Doctor of Pharmacy degree, she obtained a Master of Arts in Higher Education for Health Professions Teaching and Learning. She currently works at ExamSoft to help clients get the most from the assessment platform.

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