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A Peer Review Structure That Improved Student Writing

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A Peer Review Structure That Improved Student Writing

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Student peer reviewers can provide feedback that improves writing. Lots of research can be cited in support of that statement. The problem, as Kimberly Baker sees it, is there's “substantially less research available on the process of structuring the peer review to maximize these benefits” (2016, 180). She raises questions about three structuring decisions that teachers face when designing a peer review activity.

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