The feedback rubric is used in peer review activities and instructor review activities. The questions you create in the feedback rubric are the questions that will be answered during the review activities.

How to make the feedback rubric

To make or edit a rubric, go to the specific activity and collaps the feedback rubric section. Click Edit rubric to add questions, or to replace the rubric by a pre-existing one.

Adding questions

To add a question, click the Add feedback question button. A modal will appear with a text area where you can type in your feedback question. Below the text area you can specify the answer type for the question by selecting Text, Scale or Yes / No. The answer type defines how you or your students are able to respond to the question when reviewing a submission. There are additional settings for each answer type. Once you've complete the question click the blue Save button. The question will now appear in your feedback rubric overview.


Adding an explanation

If you wish to add longer pieces of information that does not relate directly to your questions you can add an explanation by clicking the outlined Add explanation button. The explanation will become available to students just like questions, however they will not be able to respond to it.

Rubric locked 🔒

When students have started to give feedback to each other the rubric will be locked for editing.



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