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Using multimedia and peer assessment to promote collaborative e-learning
Barra Arias, Enrique and Aguirre Herrera, Sandra and Pastor Caño, Jose Ignacio and Quemada Vives, Juan
Using multimedia and peer assessment to promote collaborative e-learning.
"New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia"
Collaborative e-learning is increasingly appealing as a pedagogical approach that can positively affect student learning. We propose a didactical model that integrates multimedia with collaborative tools and peer assessment to foster collaborative e-learning. In this paper, we explain it and present the results of its application to the “International Seminars on Materials Science” online course. The proposed didactical model consists of five educational activities. In the first three, students review the multimedia resources proposed by the teacher in collaboration with their classmates. Then, in the last two activities, they create their own multimedia resources and assess those created by their classmates. These activities foster communication and collaboration among students and their ability to use and create multimedia resources. Our purpose is to encourage the creativity, motivation, and dynamism of the learning process for both teachers and students.
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