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An Investigation of Agreement between Clinical Educators and Peers in Rating Speech Pathology Students' Interview Skills
International Journal of Practice-based Learning in Health and Social Care
Peer assessment and feedback is being used more frequently in health science education as it has been shown to enhance self-directed learning. This study investigated the level of agreement between clinical educators and speech pathology student peers when rating students' performance during standardised patient interviews. Participating in this study were 104 undergraduate speech pathology students and six clinical educators who were required to rate students' foundation clinical skills on thedoi:10.18552/ijpblhsc.v6i2.503 fatcat:zowqxhyo4fb3hdxjcn2caydera