Peer to Peer Learning – See Me Series

In order to develop good physical skills, people need feedback on the performance of those skills. Analysis based on accurate observation is a key tool for improving future performance. Performance analysis is about creating a valid and reliable record of performance by means of systematic observations that can be analyzed with a view to facilitating change. Use of video recording is one of the most effective ways to observe and analyze performance. The use of peer-to-peer learning together with a video based tablet application could facilitate learning in a variety of physical activity areas and skills. This project will design and develop a tablet-based application that will enable peers to evaluate each other’s performance on physical skills and enable teachers and coaches to design and upload the skills that they wish to have evaluated.

Faculty Supervisor:

Dr. Larry Katz


Andrew Wu


ProVid Analysis Inc.




Sports and recreation


University of Calgary



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