Online Teachers Peer Review Each Other

A peer review may take place in the early stages, or drafts, of a multiple-step project. The peer review may focus on a topic of interest to learners at a point in time in order to reinforce the concept, a focus on grammar, a focus on tense, or a focus on syntax in the classroom. Peer review may be useful for preservice educators as they learn how to grade or evaluate students’ submissions. In this post, I explore teachers transitioning to online instruction can experience this feature and consider using the technique with their students while learning the nuances of online communication {Read: Communication Across Modalities}.

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