Question: What are the different effects between peer and teacher feedback on writing?
Answer: “Found no significant differences in writing development between students who received peer feedback and students who received teacher feedback.” RS Boss. 1986. Pp. 424-425.
Comment: One way of interpreting this finding is to let students provide feedback on other students’ writing, thus saving teacher time. I’ll have to test this finding myself. But first I need to know what is meant by “writing development.” Raises more questions than it answers. RayS.
Title: “Annotated Bibliography of Research in the Teaching of English.” RK Durst and JD Marshall. Research in the Teaching of English (December 1987), 422-443.