The overall grade is composed of the grade from your peers and extra points (for writing high-quality reviews and for accurate self-evaluation).
1. Grade from your peers
Your peers grade your submission based on criteria defined by the instructor. The median score for each criterion is summed up to determine the peer grade. The median is used to avoid outliers (unusual high and low grades). Example:
|Grades from peers||Median||Total|
|Max. points||Peer 1||Peer 2||Peer 3||Peer 4||Peer 5||All peers||(sum of
|Criterion D||7||3||5||7||7||-||6 (1)|
|Criterion E||7||-||5||7||-||-||6 (2)|
|(1) In case there is an even number of grades: The average of the middle pair is the median.
(2) In case there are only two grades: The average of the two grades is the median.
|Rating from peers||Total
|Peer 1||Peer 2||Peer 3||Peer 4||Peer 5|
(= 3 stars)
(= 3 stars)
(= 2 stars)
(= 1 stars)
(= 0 stars)
(5% of max.
Your grade is the sum of grades from your peers, extra points for reviews you wrote, and extra points for accurate self-evaluation.
|Grades from your peers||Extra points
for reviews you wrote
for accurate self-evaluation
This page was last changed at April 23 2015 12:27.