Peer Review Process
I like doing the peer review process it forces me to critically look at the other projects. I always like to start with a couple of positive statements or an overall positive comment before I make any constructive criticism—I tried to be specific with comments and offer examples or ask questions. I felt my critiques were constructive.
I felt that project #5 was overwhelming to critique—there was a lot of information to look at and so my comments were probably more general than any of my other critiques. I love the creativity with this project. Project #6 was easier to critique because we working from the same basic article and then adding our creative and technological flair. I had a better idea of the framework of this project when critiquing. I also tried to make my comments fit the rubric.
The individual project reviews were fun and helpful. The comments were great. All criticism was constructive and made me reflect on my project.
I learned a great networking terms, got to see a variety of movies, databases, portfolio’s and have a ton of websites or software ideas to take back to my staff in my middle school. I always feel overwhelmed by the amount of information in some of these classes—I try to add the best to my delicious account for future reference.
Overall I think peer review was a very valuable experience.