Peer Review Assignments From a Student Perspective
In my Canvas Admin work, I receive a number of emails from my clients who state their students don’t know where to provide peer reviewed feedback for their classmates’ assignment submissions. Student View can provide only so much information for teachers. What if teachers could see an actual student's perspective without looking over their shoulder?
Do keep in mind: this is a straightforward, basic peer review assignment without a lot of options and contingencies enabled. My main intention is to use my Canvas Admin superpowers to masquerade as a student so teachers can see what their students see…in a low-stakes demonstration!
Extensive Instructure Documentation Links
Instructure’s online guide for teachers in creating peer review assignments: https://community.canvaslms.com/t5/Instructor-Guide/How-do-I-create-a-peer-review-assignment/ta-p/641
Instructure’s online guide for students in discerning if they have a classmate’s submission to peer review: https://community.canvaslms.com/t5/Student-Guide/How-do-I-know-if-I-have-a-peer-review-assignment-to-complete/ta-p/318
Instructure’s online guide for students to annotate and provide feedback in a peer review assignment: https://community.canvaslms.com/t5/Student-Guide/How-do-I-submit-a-peer-review-to-an-assignment/ta-p/293
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