Peer Assessment: A Missing Link Between Teaching and Learning? A Review of the Literature
Jenny Morris October 2001 Nurse Education Today v21 n7 p507-515

This article in Nurse Education Today is an evaluation of selected theoretical and empirical educational literature relating to peer review. The article highlights the positive benefits of peer review in terms of professional development, the development of transferable graduate skills, and learning strategies. The survey concludes that while the peer-review process has many benefits as an assessment technique, it should also be expanded to include part-time students who may not have access to group learning situations.

Subject: Education:Assessment, Assessment:Peer Assessment
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Research Results, Journal Article
Grade Level: College Upper (15-16), College Lower (13-14)