# Peer-to-Peer Outline Feedback

Overview: In this activity, students read each other's outlines on their final course paper and then met in small groups to give each other constructive feedback.

Course: H156 Research Schools

Goals

1) To provide students with feedback on their outlines

2) To give students the opportunity to peer teach and to see how other students are structuring their outlines and arguments

Introduction/Background: Research supports that peer-...

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