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|Title:||Using Web-based Progressive Self- and Peer- Assessment to Enhance Students' Reflective Thinking and Performance on Hypermedia Design|
|Abstract:||The first purpose of this study is to design a Web-based Self- and Peer-assessment System, or Web-SPA, to provide teachers with a flexible interface for arranging various self- and peer-assessment procedures. The second purpose is to examine the application effects o f progressive self- and peer-assessment procedures designed with the Web-SPA system. An evaluative study with 76 ninth-grade students finds that the students display the tendency of being more objective in their self-assessment scores after the progressive self- and peer-assessment activities; there is significant consistency between the results of the students' self- and peer-assessment and that of the teachers; and the quality of the students' works improved after the assessment activities.|
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