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    assignment It will be used by the teacher to grade your work Further in a peer graded assignment the same form will be used by yourself and your fellow students to grade the submitted pieces of work Please note that although you can change the grades on this form these changes are NOT saved This is simply a specimen form but a very similar form will be used by the

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    is highly unlikely that the first student is allocated submissions 1 2 and 3 to assess If the teacher submits a fewer number of examples than given in the corresponding parameter of the assignment the students are given just those examples to assess After the teacher has submitted the examples it is important for the teacher to assess these examples The assessments by the teacher are used internally when the

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    a whether your grades were too high or too low when compared with the average grade of the other students this is called bias b whether your grades follow again on average the grades given by the other students this is called reliability and c on the quality of your comments on the other pieces of work you graded This was graded by the teacher These three performance grades were

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    low or it is thought that the peer gradings are suspect either because of bias usually on the high side or for not being reliable If included the teacher s grade is treated in the same way as a peer grade in the calculation of the average The student s bias in grading peer work This is measure of whether the student grades work either too high or too low It is not an absolute measure as it is based on the difference between the student s grade and the peer averages for each of the submissions they assessed In general this component should NOT be given a high weighting The student s reliability in grading peer work This is a measure on how well a students grades follow the peer average for the pieces of work they assessed The measure discounts the student bias and averages the absolute differences between their grades and the peer average grades In theory if the students gives high marks for good pieces of work and low marks for poor pieces of work their reliability will be high If it is suspected that the students in general are poor assessors then the teacher s grades should be included into the peer averages this should make the reliability values more meaningful The average grade given by the teacher for the student s assessments This includes both the preliminary assessments made by the student on the example pieces of work and any grading the teacher makes on the assessments produced during the peer assessment phase of the assignment In general this component is probably more important than both the Bias and Reliability components and thus if available should be weighted higher These five components can be weighted as deemed appropriate for the assignment For example the

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    then the piece of work can be graded by going to the teacher s Management screen for assignment and clicking on the link Student Submissions for Assessment Any outstanding submissions can be graded Once this has been done then move the assignment back to Phase 3 and re calculate the Final grades In a similar way any assessments which have not been graded can be graded from the Management screen

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    submission The overall grade for the workshop is the sum of the average grade of the student s assessments and the grade from their submission s Thus if the maximum grade for the student s assessments is set to 30 and the maximum grade for the submissions is 70 the maximum grade for the workshop is 100 This value can be changed at any time and the effect on the

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    to zero a number between 1 and 20 50 or 100 If set to zero then the League Table is not displayed If it is set to a number between 1 and 20 50 or 100 then that number of

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    Level is set to TWO then a greater unbalance is allowed Ideally all peer assessments should be balanced However the disadvantage is that some students will not have their full quota of submissions to assess until AFTER the last student has submitted their work When the Over Allocation Level is set to ONE then most students will find that they have their full quota of submissions to assess and they

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