Some days you think culture is the most powerful force in the world; it is often perceived as a negative force, even though the word ‘culture’ has positive connotations. We could talk about Wall Street, or Washington. But they...Read More
Tag: Peer Review
Peer review is a widely accepted practice, particularly in writing classes, from high school through college and graduate school. Unfortunately, peer review is often used as a busy-work activity, or a process that takes advantage of conscientious students while allowing others to do superficial work. For instance, many teachers will hand out a list of peer review questions in class, and then give students 30 minutes to review two papers written by their colleagues.Read More
We were pleasantly surprised to see Waypoint (web-based software for creating and using interactive rubrics…find out more here) featured in Bill Vilburg’s LMSPodcast series. Bill is the Director of Instructional...Read More
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