Peer-review rubrics do more than just assess the quality of a student's work. Peer-review rubrics pull double-duty: assessing the quality of work or mastery of a skill and guiding learners to think analytically. In applying the rubric to their peer's work, students can have a deeper understanding of the content and of the quality of their own work.
Since peer-review rubrics are meant to both assess work and guide learners, they often look different from traditional rubrics used by an instructor, even while assessing the same aspects of the work. The rubric is a key factor in students rating accurately and providing useful feedback. Thus, it is important to construct the rubric carefully, to offer the most beneficial peer review experience for the assignment.
The Peerceptiv Rubric Quick-Start Guide will help you:
- Transform your rubric into a peer-review rubric
- Write effective commenting prompts and rating prompts
- Add a rubric to your Peerceptiv assignment