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March's Resource Roundups have focused on peer review. While PEG Writing includes a peer review feature, but some of these resources may help you get more out of it. This week, we'll wrap up our discussion by looking at ways to evaluate the value and effectiveness of the reviews that your students complete.
March's Resource Roundups focus on peer review. While PEG Writing includes a peer review feature, but some of these resources may help you get more out of it. This week, we'll look at rubrics and tools for students who may be unsure of how to best give feedback to their peers.
March's Resource Roundups focus on peer review. While PEG Writing includes a peer review feature, but some of these resources may help you get more out of it. This week, let's take a look at some videos on peer review.
March's Resource Roundups will examine peer review. Peer review is a feature offered in PEG Writing and provides students with the opportunity to read and critique their classmates' work while also receiving feedback from their peers as well. The process of peer review offers young writers the chance to develop critical thinking skills and also learn how to incorporate suggestions for improvement into their own writing. Keep checking back this month for tools and tips on how to use peer review in the classroom.
When creating prompts in PEG Writing, you have the option to attach stimulus materials. You can attach either a file, such as a Word document or PDF, or a link, such as a YouTube video or other website.
We are so excited to see our Texas teachers using PEG Writing in their classrooms! Terrace Hills Middle School in El Paso recently began using PEG Writing in a monthly school wide essay contest. Students are given prompts that are selected with input from the school's counselors.
This month's Resource Roundups have focused on educational technology, specifically gaming and applications in the classroom. Let's wrap up February's roundups with a look at Internet safety. As children spend more and more of their instructional time online, it becomes necessary to ensure that they are staying safe and receiving information that is appropriate for them.