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Re: Student feedback issue

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"MURRAY M.R." <[log in to unmask]>

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WebPA <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 3 Dec 2014 11:26:03 +0000

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Roger,

We have only just started using WebPA but have seen similar feedback when testing it with small groups of students who provide similar ratings throughout. In essence I think the feedback is showing that the students scored evenly across all areas and so has selected columns as the highest and lowest scores, not realising that they are the same. Would others concur?

Malcolm


Dr Malcolm Murray
e-Learning Manager
Durham University

> On 2 Dec 2014, at 11:48 pm, Roger Funk <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 
> Hi all
> 
> I have been testing WebPA on my local PC (through XAMPP) as I am working on a project where we use self and peer assessment. I have tested a number of other systems and am finding WebPA may suit our needs.
> 
> Student feedback is important to us but I have run into an issue and am wondering if anyone has had this issue or can provide me some advice.
> 
> My test involves 4 students. They complete a self and peer review (likert scale 1 to 5) against 4 criteria. This all works fine.
> the 4 criteria are :
> 1. Contributes to the work of an interprofessional team
> 2. Contributes to discussion within the interprofessional team
> 3. Understands the roles of the professions involved
> 4. Uses feedback to improve own performance
> 
> The tutor marks the group work and creates a mark sheet. For this test I have set the parameters to PA weighting 50%, 0% non-completion penalty, grading type percentage grades and WebPA algorithm. In the feedback/justification area I have allowed students to view feedback but not allowed students to enter feedback/justification for the assessment.
> 
> The feedback returned to the 4 students is odd and not presented the same to students. As you can see some students get just 1 response (area  to develop) and some students get 2 but the criteria is the same for the area they could both develop and the one they are the strongest on.
> 
> I have included the responses for the 4 students below:
> 
> Student 1
> 
> An area you may wish to develop is your contribution to:
> - Contributes to discussion within the interprofessional team
> 
> Student 2
> 
> Your strongest contribution within this project was rated by your group as:
> - Contributes to discussion within the interprofessional team
> 
> An area you may wish to develop is your contribution to:
> - Contributes to discussion within the interprofessional team
> 
> Student 3
> 
> Your strongest contribution within this project was rated by your group as:
> - Understands the roles of the professions involved
> 
> An area you may wish to develop is your contribution to:
> - Understands the roles of the professions involved
> 
> Student 4
> 
> An area you may wish to develop is your contribution to:
> - Understands the roles of the professions involved
> 
> Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated.
> 
> Thanks
> Roger (Victoria University)
> 
> 
> 

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