Tara,

Your concept of evaluating the student's feedback when giving peer feedback is intriguing. Will you give them a rubric to base their feedback on? It's like reflecting on your reflections.

Just checking to make sure I understand your design.

Your have **four weighted criteria**: relevance = **1**, examples = **1**, detail = **5**, and overall impression = **3** for a total of **10 **marks for each of the **f****ive student-assessed criteria**. Do you provide a score for **each **of the **five student-assessed criteria**? For example, would you give each of the five student-assessed criteria a score of 1 or 0 for the relevance and examples criteria, from 0 to 5 for the detail criteria, and from 0 to 3 for the overall impression criteria? . If so, then you would end up with a possible total score of **5 **for relevance, **5** for examples, **25** for details, and **15 **for overall impression for a total of **50** marks. Then, all you have to do with your total mark is to **convert it to a % by multiplying by 2. **

Or have I misread your rubric, and you only give one score of 3 at the end for overall impression criteria, which would result in total score of 5 + 5 + 25 +3 = 38, not so easy to convert to a %?

Out of confusion comes clarity.

Leonne