Reflection on Peer Feedback

The peer feedback process is a valuable. one It gives an honest opinion from another students perspective about the task at hand. Peer feedback has created a deeper understanding of the topics within the unit when either giving or receiving feedback. The improvement I would like to see is that the peer feedback be widen to incorporate perhaps three or more students because receiving a second, third or maybe fourth opinion would be beneficial. I feel that peer assessment provides a more relevant feedback because it is generated by peers. I would participate in this process of feedback again as I see that it not only improves my learning but encourages student involvement and develop judgement-skills that is important to have as a future educator.



Games from Scratch

I stumbled across this event on the ABC Splash website and thought it would be good to check it out. This event is suitable for primary school students who are interested in creating and coding their very own computer games. So join Bajo and Hex in this upcoming event!

Click  here to find out more.

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Peer Feedback from Amanda Peters

Blog_Rubric_Peer Marking_By Amanda Peters

Overall, I am happy with the peer feedback that I received from Amanda. She is fair, clear and gives constructive feedback that I can work and improve on. She offers positive feedback and praise where it is due in particular about the layout of my blog using different colours, themes and hyperlinks which I have spent a lot of time and effort learning. I would have to agree with Amanda that I can be long winded sometimes to the point where my ideas are lost in the wordings. I have since re-read some of the blog entries and have made amendments accordingly. I have to learn to be succinct in my work as it would help me in my future assignments.



Prezi on Studio Schools


Screen Shot 2014-05-09 at 11.33.12 amWe were asked to make a short Prezi based on a key concept of “Re-imagining Schools”. I have decide to go with the TED Talk video of Geoff Mulgan: A short intro to Studio School because I found this approach very fascinating and I agree with the concept of Studio School of “WORK BY LEARNING, LEARN BY WORKING”.

Please click here to check out my Prezi and feel free to leave some feedback. Thank you!