ChallengeMe : A peer evaluation tool for better online learning.
- Develop your students’ soft skills
- Save time for your assessments
- Propose an innovative pedagogical activity
Students develop their soft skills, analytical and collaborative abilities faster.
Our challenges are composed of several sequences where the student is accompanied in all stages of the exercise.
Our tools help him to progress on his work, but also on the evaluation and feedback he will give to other students.
Practitioners spend less time evaluating students and can work on topics in greater depth.
ChallengeMe is simple and intuitive, it only takes a few clicks to launch an evaluation. The speaker or teacher can decide whether or not to participate in the evaluation depending on the pedagogical objective.
He can then extract all the scores according to criteria he has defined: weight of the work rendered, relevance of the evaluation, usefulness of the feedback given, etc
Students who use ChallengeMe make faster progress in their learning with stronger anchoring and commitment.
ChallengeMe allows the student to position himself in a different posture. Before evaluating the other participants, he reinforces his learning.
By discovering the other students’ work, he can see the different possible solutions and get inspiration for the rest of his work. Collaborating with other students is more motivating for him.
Start of the challenge
An open question or instruction is asked to a group of users..
Each user provides an answer to the question
Each answer provided is rated and commented on by the group..
Users discover their results and the best answers from the group.
Reachable by phone, email or chat, you can ask the community manager to help you set up your challenges.
Set up working groups. When a person submits a response, it is validated for the entire group. The feedback received will then be shared.
Define different criteria that users should use to evaluate contributions.
You can choose how many contributions should be evaluated for a user, allowing you to regulate the level of effort required..
Students must produce a paper on a given theme. This work is peer-reviewed to generate an overall grade based on the quality of the work submitted and the relevance of the assessments given to others.
The lecturer launches a case study to the students with a limited time (a few hours to a few days) to respond via a document, a video or an essay. This case study can then be evaluated by the lecturer and/or the students.
Students make videos (simulated interview, explanation of a concept, etc.). This video is then evaluated by other students to help the student improve their work.
The teacher proposes a practical case and provides an evaluation grid. The students provide their work and correct each other.