Share Paper: Flipping Assessments: Empowering Learners with Collaborative Apps

  1. Paul A. R. Rowan, Edu-Designing, Canada
Wednesday, June 29 5:15 PM-7:00 PM Grand Ballroom C

Abstract: This presentation reports the results of a study presented three years ago. The study required students to collaboratively use Web 2.0 apps to construct feedback rubrics (based on an assigned task) to be use to provide critiques of a peer's work. Participants then, based on feedback received, revised their work in order to meet requisite task outcomes. At the first presentation of this approach into peer feedback activities, this process was not proven. Now, upon completion of the research, this presentation will give attention to the process that uses newer, more effective and efficient online apps for the collaboration component ...