Peer Evaluations

Due Dates: You will provide feedback to other students in the class.

  • Traditional courses: peer feedback is completed during the in-class presentations.
  • Online/Hybrid courses: peer feedback is due no later than two days after the presentation due date.

Purpose

Critically evaluating presentations is a key competency of this course, as is effectively providing and incorporating feedback.

Skills

In this assignment you will:

  • Prepared feedback for other presenters.

Knowledge

This assignment will also help you become familiar with the following important content in this discipline:

  • Verbal and nonverbal delivery
  • Organizing presentations
  • Use of evidence
  • Audience analysis

Task

Traditional courses: Your peer evaluation will be written on a note card during each presentation. You will write a short paragraph or series of bullet points containing feedback on their performance in your assigned area of feedback. Students will be assigned to a topic for feedback randomly from the following four options:

  1. Assignment objective
  2. Organization
  3. Research and evidence
  4. Delivery

Online/Hybrid courses: Your peer evaluation will be delivered as a text post in a forum on the course management system website. You will reply to the video linked by your partner with several paragraphs addressing their performance in the presentation. You should write at least one paragraph with multiple sentences addressing each of the required sections:

  1. Delivery Evaluation
  2. Organization Evaluation
  3. Research and Evidence Evaluation
  4. Objective Evaluation
  5. Other Comments

Criteria for Success

Your peer feedback provided during the semester will be evaluated out of 100 points. Each peer feedback artifact that you should turn in will be graded out of 4 points, and your overall percentage on this feedback will be converted to a total out of 100 points.

Your peer feedback will be evaluated based on the quality and usefulness of the feedback for the presenter. Peer feedback should demonstrate each of the four principles of effective feedback:

  1. Specific
  2. Objective
  3. Actionable
  4. Paired (Balanced)

Peer Feedback Rubric

Component Points
Specific 1
Objective 1
Actionable 1
Paired 1
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