The peer review process is not an easy one. Let's begin with a couple of short video clip that explore the peer review process from the context of a university classroom perspective. As you view the clip, think about how this peer review process will inform your dual work as an creator and as a teacher.
Thinking about what you can contribute to the writing and working process for your classmates is an important step. There are NO right answers. There are no wrong solutions. It's a conversation focused on improvement. It's about gaining expertise in sharing your work and looking critically at a piece of work. You can learn and gain new perspectives from reading and seeing work done by others. The peer review process is not just for experts. Apply your analytical, detailed dissection of the Digital Portfolio.
Where does it work, where can it be improved, what elements work, or how can it be improved?
Use the checklist provided to review your own and another blog site to provide some essential feedback to help classmates make improvements to their Digital Portfolio. Use the tools provided but make changes to the tools where you feel they need to be changed to better match the task/assignment.