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Adoption of Peer-To-Peer Assessment in a Computing Skills Course

Mansoor Al-A'ali


The process of peer-to-peer assessment brings great benefits to the teaching and learning process. This paper presents a peer assessment model which was applied to students enrolled in a generic computing skills course. In order to measure the effectiveness of this proposed model, students had to evaluate their colleagues based on predefined criteria and a comparison is presented between the lecturer assessments and the peer assessments. The peer assessment model was evaluated and the results presented demonstrate that the peer assessment model is a successful process to be adopted in teaching generic skills.

American Journal of Applied Sciences
Volume 4 No. 10, 2007, 828-833


Submitted On: 20 March 2007 Published On: 31 October 2007

How to Cite: Al-A'ali, M. (2007). Adoption of Peer-To-Peer Assessment in a Computing Skills Course. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 4(10), 828-833.

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  • Peer-to-Peer assessment
  • Group project
  • Student perception