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Project-based
Max. participants
200
Min. duration
30 minutes
Cost per head
Free
Mode
Online, In-Person
Team phase
Storming, Norming, Performing

About the intervention

Weekly peer reviews during modules aimed at providing feedback, helping each other, and increasing collaboration among students.

How to set it up.

  • Each participant should prepare the content they want to share an their presentation in the allocated time, trying to be concise to leave time for feedback from peers. 

  • Ideally this can include a last slide with trigger questions for the audience, generic or specific about certain things on the project or presentation they are not sure about.

What to do during.

  • Organize an email list with everyone in the cohort

  • Send an email with an invitation to the event, including a zoom/teams invitation if remote

  • List people that will take part and how much time everyone will be allocated to make sure everyone has the chance to share with others. 

Group peer review

  • Decide participant presentation order 

  • Presenter presents work

  •  Verbal feedback session 

  • Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all participants have presented 

  • (optional) Send verbal feedback to participants after the activity 

Pair peer review

  • Split cohort into pairs 

  • One person from the pair presents

  • Other person from the pair provides verbal feedback

  • Repeat steps 2 and 3

  • (optional) Send verbal feedback to pair after the activity 

Practice presentation

  • Decide participant presentation order

  • Presenter presents presentation

  • Q&A session

  • Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all participants have presented

  • All participants send verbal feedback to others after the activity

How you can mix it up ...

Remote adaptation: This activity can be played in person and remotely.


Group peer review: One participant presents per round; other participants take turns to provide verbal feedback in the feedback session.


Pair peer review: Group is split into pairs, and pairs present and provide verbal feedback to each other.


Practice-presentation: One participant presents per round, followed by a Q&A session led by other participants; other participants will also provide written feedback based on module criteria.

Useful resources.

No resources needed.

Weekly Peer Reviews