Peer editing is a great way to receive useful feedback about your work. If it's done properly, that is. A peer, as we all should know, is someone your own age, most likely in your class. Editing means to help by making suggestions, changes, and giving proper compliments on someone else's work. According to Peer Editing, you want to give someone suggestions, compliments, and corrections for their work when you peer edit. But don't be too mean or pushy! You wouldn't want to be like the peers in the Writing Peer Review video. After watching that video, I can see the many different ways my peers may respond to my writings. I can also see the ways that I should NOT respond. After reading and watching these, I know to be very careful with my words when commenting on one of my peers' blog.