Collaborative learning through formative peer review: pedagogy, programs and potential

@article{Sndergaard2012CollaborativeLT,
  title={Collaborative learning through formative peer review: pedagogy, programs and potential},
  author={Harald S{\o}ndergaard and Raoul A. Mulder},
  journal={Computer Science Education},
  year={2012},
  volume={22},
  pages={343 - 367}
}
We examine student peer review, with an emphasis on formative practice and collaborative learning, rather than peer grading. Opportunities to engage students in such formative peer assessment are growing, as a range of online tools become available to manage and simplify the process of administering student peer review. We consider whether pedagogical requirements for student peer review are likely to be discipline-specific, taking computer science and software engineering as an example. We… Expand
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