Reflection on Peer Review

Updated: 6 days ago

23/11/2020

Monday with Yiannis , Communities of practice talk and an insight into the journey of Yiannis and his educational and professional experiences.

key points noted are:


- Why might a community of practice have value to us as practitioners?


Agency's and websites and communities to look into:


Uncertain States - UCS

National Photo Society - NPS

Royal Photographic Society - RPS

AOP

NUJ

LIP

Theatre lab Company

StudioKatsaris.com

Mandy.com - Casting Collectives Pro

Acava Studios

Musarc & Polimekanos

AXIS - Online Artist Support

Retoucher - Video Editor & Producer



26/11/2020 - Peer review with Heather.


The peer review with Heather was a check on my journal entries and also a chance to review others in pairs.


My internet connection at the time wasn't up to par and thus couldn't share my screen content to be reviewed.


I had a great talk with Anh a peer from class about my journal. I gave the login details to Anh so she could log in to see herself.


She suggested that I needed more reflection and to be more adaptive to the project I want to achieve for my final degree show.


Anh's Journal had regular entries to her project, and many a reflection on problems that occurred and what went well, this is what I need to take into account with my journal.


Speaking with heather after the group pairs ended, we both agreed that I need to implement more reflection and contextual research into my journal and to reflect more on the process I have experimented with and researched.


Overall Anh's work was at least a B level, and so was mine, apparently, I am 8 points (as per the matrix) from an A- at least.


This mark was predicted from Anh to what she had seen, and I aim to use that information to push for a stronger grade.


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