Peer-Supervised Learning with Built-In Quality Control Based on Multiple-Choice Questions: A Case Study

@article{Htter2012PeerSupervisedLW,
  title={Peer-Supervised Learning with Built-In Quality Control Based on Multiple-Choice Questions: A Case Study},
  author={Christian H{\"u}tter and Tobias Kimmerle and Klemens B{\"o}hm},
  journal={2012 IEEE 12th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies},
  year={2012},
  pages={453-457}
}
Rating multiple choice questions (MCQ) created by peers has been touted as a good approach to peer assessment. The main challenge in this setting is to ensure the quality of peer assessment. Existing approaches rely on the assumption that students intrinsically create high-quality ratings. We propose an incentive mechanism to increase the quality of ratings. To evaluate our approach, we have conducted a case study with 242 students and 17 experts. Our results show that peer ratings are a good… CONTINUE READING

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