Comparative judgement as a facilitator for peer feedback in primary STEM
Comparative judgement has risen as an alternative assessment method for assessing competences and performances. This process results in a collective professional consensus with high reliability and can be facilitated by digital tools providing promising results on how to facilitate increased affordances for teachers’ assessment practices to improve learning. This session provides an overview of comparative judgement and how it can be applied to providing peer assessment for students and teachers alike.
Dr Eva Hartell is currently Head of Research in Haninge and researcher at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. Eva is involved in several national and international practitioner-based research and development projects such as ATS STEM and K-ULF, working closely with teachers and schools with the purpose of bridging teaching and learning in STEM education.