Definition: Using peer feedback protocols allows students to build efficacy around their learning. It also empowers them to be in charge of the goals and progress they make. The teacher can’t and shouldn’t be the only person in a classroom capable of providing excellent, data-driven feedback.

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How it can look and structures to develop:

There are many ways peer feedback can be used in the classroom which are largely dependent on the age and the number of students in your class. We want to set students and teachers up for success in these protocols and because of that, we can’t just tell kids to do it. We have to provide specific structures that help students learn the best ways to communicate what is working using success criteria and what isn’t working as well and why.

Peer assessment templates and rubrics to support high-quality feedback from Impact Teams

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3 Ways to Maximize Peer-to-Peer Learning. (n.d.). from

High School: Modeling and Practicing Peer Feedback. (n.d.). In from

High School Peer Feedback on Collision Theory in Chemistry. (n.d.). In from

How Students Critiquing One Another’s Work Raises The Quality Bar. (n.d.). from

Ladder of Feedback. (n.d.). from

Sackstein, S. (n.d.). Empowering Students to Provide Peer Feedback. from

Using the ’Ladder of Feedback’ in the HS Classroom. (n.d.). from

Also Known As:
Peer Review, Peer Assessment
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