Peer editing form

IB Psychology: Peer editing form

An important way to help students understand the demands of the assessment rubrics is to have students peer edit each others" work prior to submission. The problem, however, with this strategy is that often students like to focus on grammar and spelling, rather than on the more relevant aspects of the essay. Here is a Google Doc version of a peer editing form that I use with my students. You may make a copy and adapt...


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