How do I review and grade Peer Assessment activities?

Once completed by students, Peer Assessment activities appear in your To-do List; you can also access them using the Gradebook tool.

When reviewing a Peer Assessment activity, you have access to:

  • Average Peer Scores for [the selected student], which summarizes the student's average scores in each rubric dimension, as well as their overall average. Click Apply Average under Score to use this average as the student's score for the activity; you can make changes to the Score field's value if you need.
  • The rubric students use in the activity by clicking View Rubric.
  • Feedback from Others, which:
    • Displays the average score provided by each reviewer.
    • Provides the option to Exclude reviewer's scores from the total average.
    • Allows you to click an expand arrow to review the score details and feedback provided by each reviewer.
    • Review feedback that the reviewer doesn't want their peers to see, under PRIVATE NOTE.
  • Feedback Submitted by [the selected student], which displays the same information as Feedback from Others that the selected student has entered for their peers.
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    Dina Mahmood

    Do you have to individually click on every student's assignment to auto average or is there a way to auto average and publish for the entire grade book (like it did in Classic Echo)? 

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    Kala Gabler

    I have the exact same question! Such a hassle to click on every single kid and click that "average scores" button. Can we please make a feature where we "average scores for all"

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    Theresa Shafer

    I do think that is the way the current system works. I am happy to put this in as a feature request.  Thanks so much for your input!

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    Kala Gabler

    Another question, What do the asterisks(*) mean in the "Avg Received" Column? 

    Edited by Kala Gabler
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    Colin Grindall

    Any advice on how to grade a student if another student in a group did not grade?

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    Kala Gabler

    We usually just call in or email the student that didn't grade and ask them to make it up during lunch or before/after school. 

    Or you could just draw up a quick paper copy and have a different student grade the peer.

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    Theresa Shafer

    @Kala It is that same as the “assessment” type … it means that the percent score is being applied equally to all the outcome categories that have points possible.

     

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