Buried in grading? While students can’t grade each other, one possible way to reduce your grading load is to separate formative feedback from grading. When provided with the right resources, there’s evidence that students can provide excellent feedback and simultaneously deepen their own learning too. This “peer review” technique isn’t just limited to papers and reports, but can be used for homework of virtually all types. In this luncheon workshop, we’ll explore when peer review can work well, when it should be avoided, and how to optimize learning. Lunch will be available for those who register by Friday, October 12, 2018.