Project #38: Peer Review & Rubrics

Project:#38
Peer Review & Rubrics

Peer Review

    Include me ted@tnellen.com in the cc of any email you send to a scholar as your do peer review.
    Peer Review is an important life skill. Use this page to learn how to do this effectively and with tact. We will be doing a great of peer review, so this will become an important skill in this class.
    This project was created by two Teachers College student teachers: Tracy Higashi and Lee Spilberg. They created a great peer review project.

    Peer review involves many skills. First, you must remember to be positive, let the reader know what you liked. Praise, comment, and correct in that order. Use complete sentences to provide clear explanations of your corrections. Make positive comments about topic sentences or thesis, examples, and conclusion. Be sure to comment on what you liked as well as what was not clear to you.

  • Simple peer editing form.
  • Peer Editing Techniques from NCTE List
  • Write for College Student Handbook Peer Review
    Write for College: A Student Handbook
    Patrick Sebranek, Verne Meyer, and Dave Kemper
    Write Source
    Division of Houghton Mifflin Company
    ISBN: 978-0-669-00031-3
  • Telementoring
  • Fan Fiction
  • How Peer Pressure Can Transform the World from The Leonard Lopate Show

    OWL

    Online Writing Labs

    KWL

      In the beginning, students will fill in the KNOW column, the WANT TO LEARN column will be discussed and filled in according to project requirements, and the LEARNED column will be filled in as they search and find the information. Make the KWL chart on Excel. The columns will be titled as follows:

    • Question (Questions that they need to find the answers to in order to meet all the requirements.)

    • Knowledge (What the student already knows about the question.)

    • Want to Learn (The information that the student hopes to find out about the question. Also, any additional information that the student finds and wants to add.)

    Telementoring

    Rubrics

  • NYState English regents rubrics.

  • Basic Rubric for Cyber English
  • 6+1 Traits of Analytic Writing Assessment Scoring Guide (Rubric)
  • About Blue Web'n - Site Evaluation Rubric
  • Assessment & Curriculum tools for teachers from Strategic Learning Technologies.
  • Automating Authentic Assessment With Rubrics
  • Creating Rubrics from San Diego State
  • Introduction to Rubrics
  • MidLink's Rubrics
  • Ideas and Rubrics from Chicago Public School
  • Schrock's Rubrics
  • Rubistar
  • Rubrics & Online Surveys
  • Rubric to assess Rubric design
  • Ruminating on Rubrics
  • SCORE: Web Page Design Rubric
  • The Teachers' Internet Use Guide
  • TeAch-nology Rubric Generators.
  • Vince Puzick's IB Rubrics.
  • Model for Report Analysis

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