Peer assessment has tremendous value across a variety of courses and disciplines, however, it might not always be clear on how to implement it successfully into your classroom. We host Prof. Badissy from Penn State University to share his experience - what he's learned, what worked, what he would do differently and the value he experienced with peer assessment.
Kritik has become a valuable learning tool in our law school classroom since it allows us to take on more frequent writing assignments and develop the capacity of students to become both critical readers and writers.
Professor Badissy’s Bio: Professor Badissy previously served as the Senior Attorney for Energy and Finance with the Commercial Law Development Program of the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, where he advised governments in emerging markets on commercial law reforms intended to catalyze private investment to increase energy access and decarbonize power markets. Over the past decade, Badissy has led energy sector reforms in dozens of markets in partnership with host governments, multilateral institutions, civil society organizations and industry leaders, and continues to serve as an advisor to both public institutions and private developers. He began his career as an associate in the public international law practice of a large law firm and as a law clerk for the Hon. William H. Walls of the United States District Court of New Jersey (Newark).
What to expect:
- Benefits of peer assessment with relevant research and findings
- Walkthrough of Kritik's AI-driven peer assessment platform and key features
- Integrating peer-to-peer learning with law-related activities - example activities, rubrics and evaluations
- Discussion with Prof. Badissy on his experience
- Q&A - this is where you ask your questions!
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