The benefits of giving feedback: investigating patterns of student exchanges over the PeerWise system Alison Kay and Judy Hardy. Implementation of PeerWise. Comment coding. Comments examples. Which activity is most strongly associated with exam performance?. DV : Exam score
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Implementation of student exchanges PeerWise
Comment coding student exchanges
Comments examples student exchanges
Which activity is most strongly associated with exam performance?
DV: Exam score
IV: Number of answers or comments made
Example: Physics 1A 2012-13 performance?
Is writing quality comments associated with higher exam performance when controlling for other factors?
Dependent Variable:Exam score
Independent Variables: No. comments coded > 4
Pre-test mark (FCI)
Building the model performance?
The model predicts that each new high quality comment, is associated with a 0.35% increase in exam score.
The minimum 6 comments associated with a 2% increase .
The mean of 14 comments associated with a 5% increase.
Total engagement with PeerWise far exceeded minimum requirements
Across all disciplines, writing meaningful comments has a significant, positive association with exam performance when controlling for other known influential factors
Especially interesting given that PeerWise requires minimal instructor intervention; that PeerWise is only worth ~4% of the total course mark; and that providing feedback is only one aspect of the PeerWise assessment