The Writing Center @ The University of Wisconsin - Madison
Writing Center Workshops
University of Wisconsin - Madison

Making Student Peer Review Work in Any Class

By popular demand!



Overview

Research shows that having students give each other feedback on their written assignments in any discipline can improve their writing. But student peer review can also save you time, and it can build necessary revisions into the writing process. So how do you ensure your students respond thoroughly and constructively to each other's writing? And how do you manage the logistics of the process? This workshop, new this semester by popular demand, offers strategies and practical suggestions for making student peer review work, so you can save time and help your students succeed with written assignments in any class.


Intended Audience

This workshop is designed for faculty, instructional staff, and teaching assistants in all disciplines who want to talk about using student peer review in their classes.


Duration

1 hour


Schedule for Spring 2013

Thursday, 2/28, 12:00 - 1:00 (Brown Bag) (Sec. 1)


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