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The Method of Improvement in Fairness on Peer Assessment - Based on Convenience Analysis
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The Method of Improvement in Fairness on Peer Assessment - Based on Convenience Analysis
Choi, Kyoung-Ho;
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Peer assessment is an educational valuation system that involves studying with a colleague and granting value to the progress made by the colleague. Although this method has many merits, there is also a drawback pertaining to calculating the mean of the scores that were granted to the levels of contribution. However, this has been improved upon by a diversified study. However, the concept of the chi-square test and p-value used in the preceding study is not easy individuals engaged in the industrial engineering field or education when using peer assessment. This study uses simple statistics like standard deviation, in addition to, investigating the availability of a suggested method as well as examples of utility and application. This study can contribute to increase the convenience of users through the use of convenience analysis and with this method.
Convenience analysis;standard deviation;peer assessment;chi-square test;p-value;
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