What is the benefit of a standardized peer assessment rubric?

Following up on the blog post in which we presented the peer assessment rubric that is used by Peer Assess Pro, we have received a number of educators asking if they can add/remove questions to the Peer Assess Pro survey. The short answer to that is no. We chose to keep a standardised peer assessment rubric for the following benefits: Feature Benefit Authoritative The questions used in the survey...

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