Visualizing Peer Assessment
Peer assessment in coursework assignments is widely used in both university courses and MOOCs, bringing multiple educational benefits to the students as well as allowing the grading process to scale. However, it is not always easy for instructors to manage peer assessment, as the number of reviews created by the students can be enormous.
In this project, I developed visualization tools for instructors to monitor how students are reviewing each other's work. The tools are developed as a part of Moocita, an online platform for peer assessment developed by Markus Krause. Through the visualizations, instructors can explore data and gain insights about each assignment, individual students' performance and the grading bias of the students.