Peergrade.io has its roots at The Technical University of Denmark where David was writing his PhD on Machine Learning. At the same time he was teaching a masters course and when the course suddenly grew from 20 to 130 students, it became clear that it would not be possible to keep grading and giving feedback to all students in the usual way.
Consequently Peergrade.io was born with the idea of letting students partake in the evaluation process as a way to provide them with more feedback and a possibility for extended learning. Other teachers immediately realised the potential of the idea and joined in.
The team behind Peergrade.io has experience in teaching more than 20 university courses ranging from visual design to deep learning, statistics and physics. We strive to build a great product while having a lot of fun. If you are interested in joining, check out our Careers-page.