Three Keys to Leveraging Peer Review and Collaborative Writing in Your Classroom

February 26, 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall 106 Add to Calendar

Many beginning and seasoned instructors see peer review only as a means to increase student editing skills and to improve the quality of student writing products. However, a growing number of instructors in all disciplines are also finding that peer review combined collaborative writing projects can: promote active learning, build classroom community, underscore the value of collaborative writing, and model most workplace writing.

Join us as we explore three keys to leveraging the use of peer review and collaborative writing for enhancing your teaching and student learning across the curriculum.

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Center for Teaching Excellence & the Office of Graduate Education, Mānoa Campus

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