The feedback reflection activity is the place where students can see, and reflect on the feedback they received from others throughout the course.
🧐 How it works
By adding a feedback reflection activity to your course you give your students the chance to read and reflect on the feedback they received from peers or instructors.
Depending on the set-up of the activity, students can complete the feedback reflection activity simply by marking the reflection as read and completed, or by answering the questions of the feedback reflection rubric.
🏗 How to set it up
Select add activities & flows
Select show advanced activities & flows
Scroll down until you find the feedback reflection activity and add it to your course
Alternatively, you can select on of the pre-made flows at the bottom of this page to add a pre-made review flow to your course. Think of a peer review flow or instructor review flow.
Rename the reflection activity and make sure it's connected to the right peer or instructor review activity.
Decide if you want to make use of the Feedback Reflection Rubric or if you would like to turn this off. If you turn the reflection rubric off, students can simply mark their received feedback as completed once they have read it.
Done! Your students can now reflect on the feedback they received.
🆘 Trouble shooting
I'm getting a message that says "Students are currently not able to access feedback from this activity". What should I do?
If you have a review activity in your course that is not connected to a reflection activity, we will show you a pop up letting you know about this.
Don't worry! You can connect a reflection activity to a review activity at any time. No matter if students already received feedback or not.
💡 User tip
Do you want the reflection activity to open after students completed their peer review activity, or do you want to show students their received feedback all at the same time? You can specify when the feedback should be visible - with open dates and deadline or based on completion of other activities, with the help of prerequisites.