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I have just completed one of the most well-organized online courses on Coursera "Statistics: Making Sense of Data" that was offered by University of Toronto, and instructed by Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence
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Another great feature I saw in this course was the way to evaluate assignments. There were two types of assessments: analytical and holistic. First, learners analyzed their peers' work according to the rubric or the model answer provided, then gave an impression score (0, 1, 2). By this way, one can receive a detailed feedback about his or her assignment as well as a holistic score about the whole work and if he or she made a great effort to answer each of the questions. Taking many online courses through the past two years, I admit that the peer assessment happened in that course was so successful because most of the learners were somewhat specialized in the field. This was so clear in their documented answers to the assignments and the constructive feedback they gave to their peers. Really, I enjoyed it so much despite of its challenging tasks. I would like to thank everyone of my peers to make that amazing learning experience happen.
Here are some resources about Peeragogy: