NoRedInk’s Peer Reviews feature empowers students to help each other become better writers. NoRedInk matching peers anonymously and guides students to provide structured, actionable feedback to their peers.
How do Peer Reviews work?
Students work through three steps in Peer Reviews: Submit Writing, Rate Peers, and Revise:
Submit Writing: Students start each Peer Review by responding to your prompt. After submitting writing, students are moved to the "Rate Peers" step automatically.
Rate Peers: Students anonymously provide feedback for their peers, answering questions about each of your selected rubric items. After both giving and receiving 5 peer ratings, students automatically move onto the Revise step.
Revise: Students reflect on their own original writing and then review their peers’ anonymous feedback to revise their drafts.
As a teacher, you are able to see students’ progress in real-time. You can also skip students at each step, if necessary, to move them along in the assignment more quickly.
Where can I learn more about Peer Reviews?
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