|Title||Collaborative Peer Assessment using PeerLearn|
|Publication Type||Book Chapter|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||Brito I, Gutierrez P, Hazelden K, de Jonge D, Lemus L, Osman N, Rosell B, Sierra C, Roig C|
|Book Title||Music Learning with Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)|
In this chapter we introduce the PeerLearn methodology and its associated tools. We base the design of pedagogical workflows for students on the definition of rubrics (using PeerAssess) as the starting element that drives the creation of lesson plans (using LessonEditor). These plans run over our web platform (Peer-Flow). Students can evaluate one another following given rubrics and teachers can accept (or not) marks produced by a collaborative assessment tool (COMAS). Experimental results show that PeerLearn provide students with a highly satisfying new pedagogical experience and increased learning outcomes.
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