Lightweight preliminary peer review: does in-class peer review make sense?

Proceedings of the 39th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education, pp. 266-270, 2007.

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Peer review is widely recognized for advancing student learning, in particular for developing reflective processes like critical thinking. The classroom is ripe for peer review because the subject matter is fresh and in-depth interactivity is possible. Yet the limited time available in class conflicts with peer review's deliberative natur...More

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