Our use cases

Discover a selection of our use cases to show you the diversity of fields in which peer review can be applied. This list is not exhaustive; in fact, there are a multitude of other use cases that demonstrate the effectiveness and relevance of peer review in many different contexts. Don't hesitate to contact us to discuss and support your own use cases.

Identifying free riders

In group work, it is not uncommon to have uneven participation.
It can then be complicated to give the same grade to the whole group.
With peer review, you can customize the grade for group work based on individual participation.

Evaluating large cohorts

As a teacher, there may be times when you have to evaluate a large number of assignments.
With hundreds or even thousands of students, assessment often becomes tedious and difficult to do effectively from a summative and/or formative perspective.
With ChallengeMe, you can launch a peer assessment that allows students to assess each other in a supervised manner.

Engaging students in classroom presentations

During oral presentations, students' attention span may decrease over time.
With ChallengeMe you can maintain this level of attention and allow students to assimilate as many of the concepts presented as possible by asking them to evaluate their peers live. 
Students are more attentive and presenters receive a lot of feedback on their presentation.

Developing soft skills

It can be difficult to train students on their soft skills. However, these human skills are generally highly sought after by recruiters.
With ChallengeMe you can help your students learn to give and receive constructive feedback on their participation in a group work.
They will be able to use the criteria presented to develop their feedback (communication within the group, taking initiative, self management....).
This is a situation that they will find regularly in their careers, especially in management positions.

Learning through feedback

We retain 10% of what we read and 90% of what we do and explain (cf cone of dale).
With ChallengeMe, you can use peer review to allow students to learn by giving and receiving feedback.
You can ask your students to comment on each other's work and receive constructive feedback on their own work. 

Train students' critical thinking skills with chatGPT

Work methods are being changed with the emergence of artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT.
Peer-to-peer offers an opportunity to teach students about the use and limitations of these tools, by having them analyze productions generated by AI tools.

Bring interaction to MCQs

MCQs are often used to assess and train students.
However, the main limitation is that students generally only receive "right" or "wrong" answers, with no real feedback on their mistakes.
By using peer-to-peer MCQs, students can correct their peers' mistakes and give them advice on finding the right answer.

Large cohort evaluation by a group of teachers

When a large number of students are to be assessed by several teachers, difficulties may arise:
How to distribute copies?
How do you retrieve and aggregate results?
How can I track % completion?
With ChallengeMe, you can easily have a population of students assessed by multiple teachers.

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