Peer and Self-Assessment

Peer and self-assessment strategies provide opportunities for students to obtain helpful feedback and establish learning goals. Using rubrics to guide peer and self-assessment clarifies expectations and gives structure to the writing process, leading to improved writing and deeper content. Frequently writing assessments provide teachers with guidance for adjusting instruction and identifying students who would benefit from additional assistance with writing.

Field Guide Alignment: Writing and Writing Intervention, Principle 4

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Learn about the strategy

Procedures, ideas and sample rubric
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Online article
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Overview video
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Teacher PD video
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VIDEOS

See the strategy in action

Howto implement self-assessment
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How to implement peer-assessment
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Strategy demonstration
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Lesson demonstration
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INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

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Commonly used rubrics
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Writing Samples and rubrics
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