Monday, 11 March 2013

Quadratic - Part 2 Peer Assessment

by Mr Johari

This is a followup to the individual assessment activity on Quadratic. 
  • In this activity you are required to assess the work done by your peers.
  • This is an individual effort.
  • Each student will be required to assess only 2 questions as shown in the chart below.
  • Objectively you are not allowed to assess your own work.
  • The criteria for assessment is shown in table 2. (no grading required, the rubric serves as a guide for you)
Method of Assessment
  • Read the question carefully. Highlight key terms or words such as evaluate, expand, simplify, prove etc.
  • Review the solution done by your peers. Use the following guiding questions
    • Is the Mathematical Concept sound? Is there evident that the student understands the concept (through the working/process shown)
    • Do you understand the explanation given without any doubts?
    • Is the process clearly shown?
    • Is the process well organised and easy to follow?
    • Does the answer make sense? 
  • Post as Comment (under the question(s) assigned the following:
    • Your thoughts on the following
      • clarity of mathematical concept as required by the question (if there is ambiguity or lack of clarity state why example: the sum of roots is not clearly defined or the final answer does not take into consideration that a>0 etc)
      • clarity of explanation/process (example: the working is not explicitly shown, it is difficult to understand, explanation is succinct and easy to follow and comprehend)
      • organisation of answer (example: the answer is clear and takes into consideration of the conditions stated in question such as a>0, the organisation is weak and very vague, some important steps are skipped etc)

Table 1

Table 2

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