By comparing examples and actively looking for similarities and differences, students begin to experience concrete differences in quality. This leads to better results.
By giving feedback, students analyze the product more deeply. This is done on the basis of an ever-changing, concrete reference point, so that quality criteria are formed bottom-up and a process of reflection on their own work is set in motion. In addition, students receive rich, varied and on-time feedback from their peers. With a feedback action plan, they then act on this themselves, which promotes their self-regulating ability.
By not only looking at their own work and the associated feedback, but also at that of peers, students have plenty of information. Thus, they build a repertoire of strategies from which they can draw to close the gap between current performance and desired outcomes. Analyzing and comparing examples also encourages the transfer of competencies to subsequent assignments.
Please note, in the demo you will only see the teacher view with the non-anonymized results. Students will always see the anonymized results.
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