Student Peer Assessment

Chenhua Gu (Department of Early Childhood, Shanghai Xingjian College)

Abstract


This paper mainly focuses on advantages and challenges of student peer assessment, which is an effective approach for students to increase the confidence and curriculum engagement as well as formative assessment.

Keywords


Peer assessment; Formative assessment; Curriculum engagement; Challenge

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/ret.v3i2.1762

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