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Title: University Students’ Perceptions of and Attitudes toward (online) Peer Assessment
Authors: Wen, Meichun-Lydia;Tsai, Chin-Chung
Contributors: 科學教育研究所
Keywords: University students;Attitude;Peer assessment;Online peer assessment;Internet;Instrument development
Date: 2006
Issue Date: 2012-08-07T07:45:23Z
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: The use of peer assessment (PA) as an alternative form of evaluation
method is reported to be helpful in learning and is increasingly being adopted in higher
education settings. Through collecting data from 280 university students in Taiwan, a
20-item instrument was developed to investigate university students’ attitudes toward
and perceptions of PA and online PA. Four subscales, Positive Attitudes, Online
Attitudes, Understanding-and-Action, and Negative Attitudes, were extracted and
reliabilities were calculated. Results revealed that participating students held positive
attitudes toward the use of PA activities, but they viewed online PA as a technical tool
to facilitate assessment processes, rather than as a learning aid. Male students had
more positive attitudes toward PA than females did, and students with previous PA
experiences had less negative attitudes toward PA. A majority of these students suggested
that the PA score should be counted as a small part of the total course grade,
and there was an effect of the perceived importance of PA score on students’ attitudes
toward these four subscales.
Relation: Higher Education, 51(1): 27-44
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