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Peer review of student writing can often be problematic. However, it also has the potential of being a very positive experience for students and teachers alike.

I’ve written about it in the past, and shared related resources, but I thought it would be useful to collect them into one “Best” list.

You might also be interested in all my many “Best” lists about writing instruction, as well as The Best Posts On Helping Students Teach Their Classmates — Help Me Find More.

Here are my choices:

I’ll start off with an excerpt from one of our books: Peer Review, Common Core, and ELLs

I wrote four ways to give ELL students feedback on their writing for the British Council.

Learning to Write Like a Reader: Teaching Students How to Edit and Do Peer-Review is from Teaching Learning/Learning Teacher.

Constructive Peer Editing: Free Handout Included! is by Emily Guthrie.

I like the peer feedback idea shared in this next tweet:

Incorporating Students’ Perspectives in the Design of Peer Review Activities is by Adam Loretto, Sara DeMartino, and Amanda Godley. What Do High School Students Think About Peer Review?is by the same authors.

Peer Review is from Read Write Think.

Using Peer Review to Promote Writing Development in ESL Classes is a useful research paper.

Peer Review Done Right appeared in Edutopia.

9 WAYS TO IMPROVE STUDENT PEER REVIEWS is from Just Add Students.

These next four links come from a college perspective, but still offer useful resources to secondary teachers:

Planning and Guiding In-Class Peer Review is from The Teaching Center.

3 Harsh Truths about In-Class Peer Review is from Schoology.

Why Peer Review is Important in Writing is from the Graide Network.

‘Speed Dating’ Peer-Review Writing Workshops is from the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Let me know what I’m missing!