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The Benefits of Peer Review

Peer and Self-Assessment Teaching Strategies and Techniques

The Benefits of Peer Review

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Cultivating student creativity is more and more being touted as a fundamental objective of education. We are also hearing more and more about the benefits of peer review activities for student learning. However, some have claimed that peer review of student work dampens creativity (Hurlburt, 2008). They argue that student anxiety about how they will appear to others tends to cause them to withdraw into producing less risky work.

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