TEL-Peerwise

Use of multiple choice questions by the Paramedic team

[A report from Iain Darby, Lecturer in Paramedic Science] David Biggins came to the Paramedic Science team away day during the summer to talk to us about Peerwise. Peerwise is a website that allows students to compose questions for their course peers and answer questions that their peers have written. Following this session we decided… Read more »

Using Peerwise with the Paramedic team

CEL attended a meeting of the Paramedic team on Monday to give a presentation on the use of Peerwise to support student learning and engagement.  Peerwise is a free, online application, written by academics in New Zealand, that allows students to create questions that are answered by their peers.  There is more information in the… Read more »

CEL seminar: Using Peerwise for research methods and academic writing – Mon 25 Apr

Monday 25 April 2016.  12:00 – 13:00.  PG30a (Poole House). Peerwise is a free, online multiple choice question and answer application in which students create questions that are answered by other students.  While Peerwise can be used for subject-specific questions, a set of questions have been developed on the more general topics of research methods… Read more »

TEL Toolkit: Peerwise

PeerWise is an online multiple choice question (MCQ) application that is accessible by all staff and students. We welcome your feedback and comments on your use of this tool in teaching and learning.