Share Paper: Establishing Communities of Practice Through Peer Assessment in Online Learning Environments

  1. Nancy Davis, Florida State University, United States
  2. Laurie Callihan, Florida State University, United States
Thursday, March 10 3:05-3:25 PM Hermitage C

Abstract: Abstract: Dialogue analysis of text generated by two groups of students, preservice undergraduates and practicing graduate students in online learning environments found: 1) Two primary views of assessment arose from the data: assessment for accountability, held predominately by undergraduates; and assessment for learning, held predominately by graduate students; 2) Responses from undergraduate students tended to indicate adult developmental functioning most often at the opportunist, expert, & achiever levels (Cook Greuter, 2002). Responses from graduate students tended to indicate adult developmental functioning most often at the expert, achiever, & individualist levels (Cook-Greuter, 2002) and 3) Peer assessment was found to be ...