How do you teach students to edit?
7 Tips for Teaching EditingLook for the Great! One of the biggest barriers to editing motivation is the feeling that the process is simple to find all that is wrong Edit a Copy. Read it Aloud. Edit the Next Day. Peer Editing Helps Students Learn to Love Mistakes. Use Supporting Resources. Make it fun!
What’s wrong with peer review?
One pretty significant problem with peer review is that it may be prone to bias from the reviewers. Not only are women greatly underrepresented in the peer review process, but reviewers are much more likely to have a preference to work done by those that are the same gender as themselves.
How do you teach students to peer review?
Identify and teach the skills needed for peer review. Encourage students to respond as a peer, not as a teacher. Present peer review as an opportunity for students to receive extensive feedback on their work. Explicitly link peer review with the course learning outcomes (what you want students to know, value, or do).