The effectiveness of peer assessment in the flipped classroom

Wing Shui NG, Ka Luen CHEUNG

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Abstract

The flipped classroom pedagogy has been promoted to encourage students to learn at their own pace outside the classroom and with the absence of teachers. Valuable in-class time can thus be freed up for students to deepen their understanding of the content. However, learning at home can promote a lackadaisical learning environment. Student learning relies heavily on learning motivation. To address this motivational challenge, a peer assessment component was deliberately integrated into the flipped classroom pedagogy in this study. Preliminary results suggest that the students demonstrated a good attitude in the pre-lesson peer assessment process, and they were satisfied with the peer assessment activity. Copyright © 2019 ICICTE.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2019

Citation

Ng, W. S., & Cheung, K. L. (2019, July). The effectiveness of peer assessment in the flipped classroom. Paper presented at International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education (ICICTE 2019), Chania, Greece.

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