students, learning, metacognition, responsibility, self-perception, test-anxiety
Allowing students to retake tests in groups provides them with the immediate opportunity to learn from their mistakes while improving their perceptions of a course. We explore Group Review Advancing Content/Concept Essentials (aka GRACE), a variation on group retesting, which creates a peer learning environment and emphasizes individual metacognition, concept articulation, and accountability. Through an interactive demonstration, we introduce the process, relate some of the literature-reported benefits of group retesting, and share our experiences using GRACE in a variety of disciplines at different course levels.
Eppinga, Robbin; Frisch, Kayt E.; and Ploegstra, Jeff, "Group Retesting to Promote Learning Self-Awareness and Individual Accountability" (2015). Faculty Work: Comprehensive List. 374.