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Please Explain:
Peer Feedback as Teaching in
First Year Computer
Programming
eamon.costello@dcu.ie
Background
Me: Dr Eamon Costello, Open Education Unit, National Institute
for Digital Learning, Dublin City University.
Cl...
The Challenge
Engage Novice Learners
• Engagement (practice)
• Peer assessment, feedback and teaching
• Small tasks
Peerwise
0
5
10
1 5 9 13 17 21 25
Questions Created per Student
Required
Requirement: Create 5 questions
• 56% of the 27 students c...
Key Takeaways
• Easy of use
• Engaging
• Explain Approach
• Start simply and iterate
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Please Explain - Peer Feedback as Teaching in First Year Computer Programming using the PeerWise System

  1. 1. Please Explain: Peer Feedback as Teaching in First Year Computer Programming eamon.costello@dcu.ie
  2. 2. Background Me: Dr Eamon Costello, Open Education Unit, National Institute for Digital Learning, Dublin City University. Class: C1 - Fundamentals of IT and Web Technologies Approach: Peer Feedback Technology: Peerwise
  3. 3. The Challenge Engage Novice Learners • Engagement (practice) • Peer assessment, feedback and teaching • Small tasks
  4. 4. Peerwise
  5. 5. 0 5 10 1 5 9 13 17 21 25 Questions Created per Student Required Requirement: Create 5 questions • 56% of the 27 students created more than 5 questions. Engagement Requirement: Answer 7 questions • 85% of the 27 students answered more than 7 questions. 7 0 50 100 1 5 9 13 17 21 25 Questions Answered per Student Required
  6. 6. Key Takeaways • Easy of use • Engaging • Explain Approach • Start simply and iterate

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