Using Peer Instructors to Design and Implement Online Self-Assessments
Peer tutors are offered by many programs, but can be underutilized. In a graduate level course, this underutilization was addressed by training peer instructors to create online quizzes for use as optional formative assessments. The benefit was assessed by comparing quiz and exam performance. Students who took quizzes subsequently did better on exams and outperformed other students. Session participants will learn how to develop and add this useful process to their self-directed learning toolbox.
Lull, Melinda E.; Mathews, Jennifer; and Souza, Jane M., "Using Peer Instructors to Design and Implement Online Self-Assessments" (2015). Pharmacy Faculty Publications. Paper 48.
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