Fig. 3.4: Sample of Peer Evaluation of Individual Member Contributions

Continuing with the example above for our sample group, the average of

Adeline’s effort score (the rate she gave herself averaged with the rates that Kathryn and John submitted) is 100. A faculty can average the collaborative effort (for Adeline 100%) with the score from the final product (90%) to get a final project grade of 95% for Adeline. Let’s imagine that Kathryn rated her contribution at 100 points, Adeline rated her contribution at 90 points, and John rated her contribution at 80. Kathryn’s averaged rating (90%) averaged with the group score on the final project (90%) makes her final grade for this project 90%. John realizes that he did not contribute as much as the other group members. Therefore, he rates his contribution at 80. Adeline and Kathryn both give him 50 points. The average of John’s rated contribution (60%) averaged with the group score on the final project (90%) makes his final grade for this project 75%. Another version of peer evaluation is to have individual group members distribute

100 points among group members, excluding themselves. The scores for each individual are summed providing a participation grade which can then be averaged with the final product grade. For example, using the same group members, Adeline might complete the form in figure 3.5 in order to evaluate Kathryn and John’s participation. (An editable version of the form in Figure 3.5 is located in Insert 3.2d).

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