Comproved can be used in many different ways, depending on your goal.

Looking for some inspiration to explore the possibilities? In these cases, our users share how they got started with Comproved and what they achieved with it.

The teachers were very enthusiastic because they found it valuable to have peer feedback halfway through the course. They also saw that the students learned more from it. They used their insights from the peer feedback to make their papers better toward the final product. Furthermore, the instructors also found that the tool reduced workload because the work was more spread out.

– Eline van Hamersveld, Rotterdam Business School
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eline van hamersveld

Since we started assessing with the comparing tool, we have been very consistent in our judgements. This gives us peace of mind while it also increases the reliability of the judgements.

Patrick van Lommel, Avans Hogeschool

We did receive comments from students, as well as from the work field, that they see many differences in the way teachers assess. Each student is monitored by one anchor teacher during his or her internship. And although we have established clear criteria, the assessment still depends on that one teacher and what words he or she gives to it during the committee. By using Comproved, every teacher now assesses every student. So the judgement is carried by the whole team. Therefore, the final grades really do justice to the students' performance.

– Elien Peeters, Thomas More Hogeschool
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Comparative judgement led to a better understanding of the criteria and required standards, a greater sense of ownership of the criteria, and a better understanding and higher acceptance of the final judgement.

Elly Vermunt & Dominique Sluijsmans, Zuyd Hogeschool

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At Thomas More University, they are successfully using the comparing tool. Not only do lecturers now reach a widely supported judgement faster during a committee meeting, the meetings are also more efficient. ...

Janneke van der Loo from the Tilburg University uses the Comproved comparing tool in several of her courses. A recent evaluation shows that her students find comparing tasks instructive and fun. ...

To stimulate learning, it is important that students understand the criteria on which they are being assessed. For a project at Zuyd University of Applied Sciences in Maastricht, students formulate success criteria by comparing. ...

Different types of media such as video, audio, or images are increasingly used for the assessment of students’ competences. However, as they allow for a large variation in performance between students, the process of grading is rather difficult. ...

You can imagine that assessing and giving feedback on the work of 91 students results in a considerable workload. Peer assessment using a comparing tool in combination with traditional assessment by the tutor can reduce the workload by up to 60%....