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Main presenter
Mr. Tri Minh NGUYEN
Edith Cowan University, Australia ; The V Language (Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam)
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Mr. Huy Ngoc NGUYEN Van Lang University, Vietnam
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Presentation title
The feasibility of asynchronous peer assessment in Covid time: Teachers’ belief and practice in academic writing
Presentation abstract
The spread of Covid 19 pandemic has shifted the physical classroom into the online learning to maintain the continuous acquisition among learners, especially in writing class. In the context of Vietnam, the use of peer assessment has been applied to to foster the learners’ reflection and autonomy as an alternative forms of formative assessment; however, the success of this method is not ensured in certain pedagogical contexts. This paper aims to explore teachers’ perceptions towards the importance and practicality of asynchronous peer assessment in online writing classes in the pandemic and investigate how teachers apply asynchronous peer assessment in their classroom practice. The data in this mixed method design were collected via a questionnaire and in-depth interview with 15 university lecturers . The findings reveal the misalignment in the belief and practice of these participants. Although they acknowledge the benefits of asynchronous peer assessment in online writing class for self-reflection, autonomy enhancement, and improvement of overall performance, just roughly over a half apply this method because of the challenges in terms of learners’ proficiency, profound assessment training, and time constraint for personalised revision.
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peer assessment, online learning, autonomy
E-learning, collaborative learning and blended learning
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Tri Nguyen
Submitted: Wednesday, 1 September 2021, 12:56 AM [JST]
Modified: Thursday, 14 October 2021, 8:39 PM [JST]
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