Read stories about teachers that have used Peergrade and maximized the learning potential for their students.

Getting Students on Board with Peer Feedback

Teachers are encouraged to constantly create and innovate to keep their lessons engaging and relevant, but students do not always react positively to change. Jennifer Boyle, a Social Studies teacher from the Denver Center for International Studies, knows this all too well: Anytime I try anything new with students there’s always this freak out, like […]

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Institution
Denver Center of International Studies
Academic Field
High School
Course
Social Studies

Peer review for teaching teachers

Amber Walraven is Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Education in Radboud Teachers Academy in The Netherlands. She teaches general didactics and teaching methodology and conducts research in the field of professional development for educators. With a deep understanding of the research behind peer feedback, she started using Peergrade to help her students understand criteria better […]

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Institution
Graduate School of Education in Radboud Teachers Academy
Academic Field
Teacher Training
Course
Design and Research

Peer feedback for Kahoot! quizzes and mind maps

Christopher Cole is the Educational Technology Coordinator at Strake Jesuit College in Texas, where he also teaches Theology. Chris teaches a flipped classroom where lectures are pre-recorded to be watched at home and class time is used for activities. This setup allows him to experiment with innovative new methods of teaching including peer feedback. Chris uses Peergrade in […]

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Institution
Strake Jesuit College
Academic Field
Theology
Course
Rohan and Gondor

What can economics students learn from peer feedback?

Teaching the course on Econometrics II, Morten Nyboe Tabor wanted to find a way to increase his students’ engagement with the subject. Being interested in EdTech, he recognized the potential of Peergrade early on with the range of possibilities it offers for integration. Morten also saw that using peer feedback at his course would open […]

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Institution
University of Copenhagen
Academic Field
Economics
Course
Econometrics II