Online Peer Review with Engaging and Balanced Assessments
In this one-hour session, learn how a basic peer review process can lead to higher levels of engagement and motivation. We will consider some concrete steps to design a peer review assignment, and then create the assignment using Canvas Peer Review tools. In addition to sharing Canvas tips and tricks, we will brainstorm other technology tools you might be able to use.
This session is one in a series of ATSS offerings designed to assist instructors in creating an online learning-centered experience where goals, assessments, and activities are in alignment based on the University of Minnesota Guidelines for Online Teaching and Design.
Other courses in this series include:
- Are my students getting it? Learning data can help
- Build your course: Assessments
- Build Your Course: Clear and Consistent Canvas Site
- Build Your Course: Gradebook
- Creating (or Revising) Online Assessments
- E-Proctoring for Online Exams
- Online Peer Review with Engaging and Balanced Assessments
- Synchronous and Asynchronous: Using Kaltura and Zoom in Canvas
Who Should Attend
Instructors of all levels such as faculty, adjuncts, graduate instructors, graduate TAs, community faculty who are, or will be, teaching a course.
While this webinar includes an introduction to the Canvas Peer Review tool, we assume a basic working knowledge of Canvas. Instructors new to Canvas should watch the Canvas Essentials recorded webinar prior to the workshop.
Current Term Sessions
- Nov. 11, 2020 - Nov. 11, 2020