Peer review can be an important process helping students to become better writers, collaborators, and critical thinkers. But peer review can quickly turn unproductive, according to Arizona State University Graduate Teaching Associate Steven Hopkins.
He has compiled the three truths he’s learned over his 7 years of in-class peer review to help faculty improve their processes.
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- See how to make peer review sessions more efficient
- Understand the barriers to effective in-class peer review
- Learn tactics that Steven Hopkins employs to ensure his students benefit
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