Emma, how do you support students who need a little more guidance in the peer editing process (knowing what to talk about, what edits to look for, etc.)? Have you created a peer editing rubric or checklist to help students with this process? I'm sure that the more you model, practice, and participate in the peer editing process, the stronger the students become at it.
What an amazing idea, Matthew! This is super inspiring for me. As an elementary educator, I envision using this on a smaller scale (for example, the steps to mastering a particular unit). These individualized mastery plans could inform center and small group activities, and to help me with differentiation. Students could cover each spot with a sticker once they demonstrated mastery.