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Kasch, J., Rosmalen, P.v. , Löhr, A., Klemke, R., Antonaci, A. & Kalz, M. (2021). Students’ perceptions of the peer-feedback experience in MOOCs, Distance Education, 41(1), 145-163.

URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01587919.2020.1869522
DOI: 10.1080/01587919.2020.1869522


Abstract
Various studies advocate training students prior to a peer-feedback activity to ensure high quality of feedback. Next to investing in students’ peer-feedback skills, it is important to focus on the under- lying perceptions since perceptions influence learning behavior. We implemented an online peer-feedback training session in a massive open online course and examined students’ perceptions of peer- feedback and training focusing on their willingness, perceived use- fulness, perceived preparedness, and general attitude; and students’ peer-feedback experience and its relation to their perception. Analysis of a perception survey from 259 students revealed that the amount of prior experience results in significant differences in stu- dents’ perception. Students without prior peer-feedback experience scored higher on willingness, usefulness, preparedness, and general attitude compared to students with some prior experience. Those with a lot of experience showed the strongest positive perception scores. No significant differences for the effect of training on percep- tion could be measured with the available data.


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Art der Begutachtung: Peer Review(Double-blind peer review)
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Online: Ja, mit Open Access und CC-Lizenz
Datenmedium: Nein