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Self and Peer Evaluation in Undergraduate Education: When Promises are Worth Risking the Perils
Unformatted Document Text:  Appendix III. Survey PLEASE, ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW This is an anonymous questionnaire. Do not sign it up with your name or ID. After you finish answering the questions, place the questionnaire in the provided envelope. 1. How much prior experience with self or peer assessment did you have? (Check one.) ___ 1. A great deal ___ 2. Quite a bit ___ 3. A fair amount ___ 4. A little ___ 5. Very little ___ 6. None 2. How valuable did you find the experience with evaluating your classmates’ and your own work for learning the material, practicing the skills of critical thinking, and self-appraisal. (Check one.) ___ 1. Extremely valuable ___ 2. Very valuable ___ 3. Somewhat valuable ___ 4. A little value ___ 5. Very little value ___ 6. No value 3. How would you describe your personal position on the incorporation of practices of peer evaluation in the classroom curriculum? (Check one.) ___ 1. Strongly favorable ___ 2. Favorable ___ 3. Neutral ___ 4. Opposed ___ 5. Strongly opposed 4. Which of the following conditions may improve your opinion on peer evaluation and/or increase its value? (Check as many as necessary.) ___ 1. Making peer assessment anonymous 15 15 The students from the anonymous condition were asked if they would like to evaluations their peers anonymously. ___ 2. Giving no criteria for evaluation allowing the students to use their personal judgments for assessment 16 ___ 3. Negotiating and discussing the criteria for assessment with the students ___ 4. Having your instructor rectify extreme peers’ grades ___ 5. Having your peers provide the feedback and explanation of their assessments ___ 6. Others (please explain) ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ 5. Which concerns (if any) with peers’ evaluation of your work and your evaluation of others’ work did you have? (Check as many as necessary.) ___1. Worried about peers giving too low marks ___ 2. Was reluctant to give too low grades ___ 3. Feared criticism ___ 4. Did not feel prepared to evaluate others’ work ___ 5. Did not feel safe ___ 6. Did not have a sense of trust, respect and rapport in the classroom ___7. Others (please explain.) 16 The students that were given no criteria for evaluations were asked whether they would like to be offered such criteria.

Authors: Omelicheva, Mariya.
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Appendix III. Survey

PLEASE, ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW
This is an anonymous questionnaire. Do not sign it up with your name or ID. After you
finish answering the questions, place the questionnaire in the provided envelope
.
1. How much prior experience with self
or peer assessment did you have?
(Check one.)
___ 1. A great deal
___ 2. Quite a bit
___ 3. A fair amount
___ 4. A little
___ 5. Very little
___ 6. None
2. How valuable did you find the
experience with evaluating your
classmates’ and your own work for
learning the material, practicing the
skills of critical thinking, and self-
appraisal. (Check one.)
___ 1. Extremely valuable
___ 2. Very valuable
___ 3. Somewhat valuable
___ 4. A little value
___ 5. Very little value
___ 6. No value
3. How would you describe your
personal position on the incorporation of
practices of peer evaluation in the
classroom curriculum? (Check one.)
___ 1. Strongly favorable
___ 2. Favorable
___ 3. Neutral
___ 4. Opposed
___ 5. Strongly opposed

4. Which of the following conditions
may improve your opinion on peer
evaluation and/or increase its value?
(Check as many as necessary.)
___ 1. Making peer assessment
anonymous
15
15
The students from the anonymous condition
were asked if they would like to evaluations their
peers anonymously.
___ 2. Giving no criteria for
evaluation allowing the students to use
their personal judgments for
assessment
16
___ 3. Negotiating and
discussing the criteria for assessment
with the students
___ 4. Having your instructor
rectify extreme peers’ grades
___ 5. Having your peers provide
the feedback and explanation of their
assessments
___ 6. Others (please explain)
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________

5. Which concerns (if any) with peers’
evaluation of your work and your
evaluation of others’ work did you have?
(Check as many as necessary.)
___1. Worried about peers giving
too low marks
___ 2. Was reluctant to give too
low grades
___ 3. Feared criticism
___ 4. Did not feel prepared to
evaluate others’ work
___ 5. Did not feel safe
___ 6. Did not have a sense of
trust, respect and rapport in the
classroom
___7. Others (please explain.)
16
The students that were given no criteria for
evaluations were asked whether they would like
to be offered such criteria.


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