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Students Learning from Students: Objections and Answers

Peer & Self Assessment

Students Learning from Students: Objections and Answers

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Two articles in this issue explore students learning from and with each other—one deals with peer feedback on writing and the other with the relationship between peer learning experiences and psychological well-being. Both contribute to the now voluminous literature on how and why students can and should learn from their peers.

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