Faculty survey: completion deadline April 8

Self and peer assessment survey for faculty

Final Call! RRU faculty are invited to participate in a short online survey to support a Teaching with Technology study on “Best Practices for Self and Peer Assessment”. The deadline to complete the survey is Friday April 8th. This study is being carried out by a research team composed of a partnership between the School of Business, RRU’s Centre for Teaching & Educational Technology, and the Coaching & Counselling Centre. Lois Fearon, of the School of Business is the principal investigator; co-investigators are Dr. Ingrid Kajzer Mitchell, B.J. Eib, Sarah Chettleburgh, and Trish Dyck.

This survey is foreseen to take approximately 5 to 10 minutes to completeQuestions will refer to your experiences and thoughts on the use of self and peer assessment in student teams. This survey is anonymous unless you provide your contact information for further participation in the study.

The purpose of the survey is to examine self and peer assessment technology, tools and processes, in order to develop best practices and recommendation for use in courses at Royal Roads University. 

For the purposes of our research we are defining self and peer assessment as “the process by which students evaluate themselves and their peers on the contributions to a team task or assignment”. Some examples of contribution include, but are not limited to: effort, participation, knowledge, social/emotional intelligence, leadership, conflict resolution etc.

You may access the survey here.

If you have questions about the survey or study, please email Sarah Chettleburgh or call 250-391-2600 ext. 4515.