In this webinar, Linda Lee, Director of Instructional Design and Dylan Fenton, Instructional Technology Project Leader at Wharton School of Business will share how they are using peer learning to drive student engagement and group work.
What to expect;
• Learn from the leading instructional design and technology experts at Wharton School of Business on how they’ve implemented Peer Learning tools.
• Discover how your students can give feedback on peer deliverables individually, among, and between groups.
• Connect with like-minded professionals that face the same challenges and opportunities around peer learning within their business schools.
Join us to shape innovation in Business Schools.
12:00 - 12:10pm EDT
Welcome and introduction
Max de Raaf and Vlad Ster
12:10 - 12:25pm EDT
Peer Review use case by Wharton School of Business
Learn from the experience of Linda Lee and Dylan Fenton from Wharton School of Business how the Peer Review Tool in your LMS facilitates peer feedback. Discover how students can feedback peer deliverables individually, among and between groups by allowing high flexible usage of scales, rubrics, automatic grading, and open feedback while providing proper insight into student learning. No more limits to your course design!
Linda Lee (Director of Instructional Design) and Dylan Fenton (Instructional Technology Project Leader) at Wharton School of Business
Dr Tiffany Gunning (Course Design and Development Team Leader SEBE at Deakin University)
12:25 – 12:40pm EDT
Group Member Evaluation use case by IE Business School
To today, there was no dedicated technology giving insights on group collaboration processes. Learn from Head of Teacher Relations Ananda Verheijen how the Group Member Evaluation LMS tool allows to detect and avoid free-riding, to monitor group performance, and to empower self-reflection and evaluation by using customizable criteria and rubrics at IE Business School.
Ananda Verheijen (Head of Teacher Relations)
Participation and engagement gets a boost!
Kirsten Black (Technology Enhanced Learning Designer) and Dr Omid Ameri (Course Coordinator) from Victoria University
2:05 – 2:20pm AEST
12:40 – 12:55pm EDT
Future of feedback: Automated Feedback with AI
The Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences and the R&D department of FeedbackFruits have joined forces to create a new tool called Automated Feedback. This tool, powered by Artificial Intelligence, enables students to receive formative feedback on their academic writing skills based on criteria set by teachers. The feedback consists of straightforward corrections, actionable inline feedback, suggestions, and compliments. Jan-Hein Gooszen, head of Technology Enhanced Learning at FeedbackFruits, will explain about the project and how it helps students to get instant feedback with the help of AI.
Jan-Hein Gooszen (Technology Enhanced Learning at FeedbackFruits)
12:55 - 13:00pm EDT
Q&A and closing remarks
Ewoud de Kok (CEO of FeedbackFruits), Max de Raaf and Vlad Ster
3:30 - 3:40pm AEST
3:40 - 4:00pm AEST
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Higher student satisfaction:
evaluation increased from 6 to 7.3
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