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Title: Towards a conceptual model of online peer feedback: What about the provider?
Authors: Van Popta, Esther
Kral, Marijke
Camp, Gino
Martens, Rob
Simons, P.R.
Keywords: peer feedback
online learning
feedback quality
providing peer feedback
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Van Popta, E., Kral, M., Camp, G., Martens, R., & Simons, P. R. (2017). Towards a conceptual model of online peer feedback: What about the provider? Educational Research Review, 20, 24-34. doi: 10.1016/j.edurev.2016.10.003.
Abstract: This paper reviews studies of peer feedback from the novel perspective of the providers of that feedback. The possible learning benefits of providing peer feedback in online learning have not been extensively studied. The goal of this study was therefore to explore the process of providing online peer feedback as a learning activity for the provider. We concluded that (1) providing online peer feedback has several potential learning benefits for the provider; (2) when providing online peer feedback, students use different cognitive processes; (3) the cognitive processes and the potential learning benefits can be realised when students use specific elements in the feedback they provide.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/8924
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