AV Test Page

Essential Details

Interaction Type People Time Stakes

 Learner-to-Learner

✖​ Learner-to-Instructor

✖ Learner-to-Content

✖ Individual

With Others

 Asynchronous

✖ Synchronous

★ Low-Stakes

✖ High-Stakes

Description

With a rubric provided by faculty, students review, offer conclusions, and provide comments on a peer's paper.

Example

Students have turned in a first draft of a paper. Faculty puts students into groups of two or three. Students peer review their group members work according a faculty-provided rubric. This rubric focuses on organization, flow, and argument and not on grammar and spelling. Sample revisions are provided. This website can also be used: https://writingcenter.fas.harvard.edu/pages/revising-draft.

Bloom's level

The level in bold indicates this activity’s place within Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning (Cognitive Domain). Higher-levels contains lower-levels within it.

Level Action

Sixth

Create

 Fifth

★ Evaluate

Fourth Analyze
Third Apply
Second Understand
First Remember

Verb

Conclude

Independent

Students participate on their own

No

Synchronous

Students need to participate at the same time

No

(This can be asynchronous using a Canvas Assignment Tool)

Tools

Canvas Assignment

Low-Stakes

Yes

Interaction Types

Learner-to-Learner

Teaching Goal

The one main teaching goal for your activity

Practice New Skills or Concepts