Feedback is a gift: Do Video-enhanced rubrics result in providing better peer feedback than textual rubrics?

Kevin Ackermans, Ellen Rusman, Rob Nadolski, Saskia Brand-Gruwel & Marcus Specht
High-quality elaborative peer feedback is a blessing for both learners and teachers. However, learners can experience difficulties in giving high-quality feedback on complex skills using textual analytic rubrics. High-quality elaborative feedback can be strengthened by adding video-modeling examples with embedded self-explanation prompts, turning textual analytic rubrics (TR) into so-called 'video-enhanced analytic rubrics' (VER). This study contrasts two experimental conditions (TR, n = 54; VERs, n = 49) with their version of the anonymized online tool...
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