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Work in Progress: Self Evaluation Through Monitored Peer Review Using the Moodle Platform

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2 Author(s)
Zenha-Rela, M. ; Dept. Eng. Informatica, Coimbra Univ. ; Carvalho, R.

We developed a module for the Moodle open-source eLearning platform through which undergraduate students can Build, Answer and Evaluate by blind peer review questions related to a course subject. In the first learning phase the students can build and submit questions. Selected questions are candidates for inclusion in later tests. After the test a reference solution and evaluation criteria is made public. The student's answers are then randomly distributed so that each student has to evaluate at least three of his peer's tests using double blind peer review. After all tests are cross-evaluated by the community of students, the system grades them by majority vote in each question. The need to: i) build meaningful questions; ii) present a correct answer; iii) state the evaluation criteria; iv) answer to subject-related questions; and finally v) evaluate; and vi) justify a grade attributed to a classmate, is a powerful community-aware context in which students develop competences on the subject's topic while simultaneously have to reason about their learning process

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Frontiers in Education Conference, 36th Annual

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27-31 Oct. 2006