- Their instrument(s)
- Their performance technique category, such as:
- How do you achieve this technique on your particular instrument?
- Common mistakes
- Good habits
Fast forward a couple weeks. Instead of having each group get up and present in front of the class. I assigned the students to peer assess three of the other groups' slide decks. In order to get this done I needed to give the students viewing access to all the other groups' slide decks, and keep everything organized so there wouldn't be any tech hiccups. I first created a copy of each group's PowerPoint file and saved them in another folder in my OneDrive. I didn't want any last-minute-way-past-the-deadline-and-we-didn't-finish editing being done during the peer assessment process. I then navigated to the <iframe> embed code for each file and copypasta'd it into a separate Sway. I used Sway so I could also embed the Peer Assessment Form and the directions and keep everything centralized. Then I took all the viewing links to each Sway and put them in OneNote. I created a table so each student could find their group and then click on the corresponding link to get to the other group's Sway project page. When the OneNote page, the Sways, and all the links were ready the students came in one day and started peer assessing their classmates' collaborative work. Their peer assessment scores were inputted into a Form, which of course I then uploaded into Power Bi so I could create a feedback chart to give back to the students afterwards.