Data for: Judging Own and Peer Performance when Using Feedback in Elementary School

Published: 11 July 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/hnxzrcvbj7.1
Mariette van Loon,
Janneke van de Pol


These datasets shows self- and peer-score judgments, and the relative and absolute accuracy of these judgments. Children first completed a test of prior knowledge. They then self-tested their learning of concepts, and then judged the quality of their own and their peers' responses with use of feedback standards. One datafile shows the data per item. One datafile shows aggregated data (means per participant)



Developmental Psychology, Education, Metacognition, Peer Assessment, Self-Assessment, Feedback