The Feedback reflection activity is an activity where learners can view the feedback they've received from an instructor review, peer review, or group member review. Instructors can also choose to include a reflection rubric so learners can reflect back on the feedback they receive.
Feedback reflection activities are required to have a previous review activity as a source, and are part of the advanced activities and the pre-built review flows.
In this article, we'll explore how learners use a feedback reflection activity and how instructors can set up the feedback reflection activity.
How learners use a feedback reflection activity
After a review is completed, learners use the feedback reflection activity to see the feedback given by the reviewer. Feedback will include seeing the questions on the feedback rubric, the answers to questions, and any additional comments that were written by the reviewer.
💡Tip: Learners will not automatically see a score associated with their review in the Feedback reflection activity - they will only see the answers to questions and the comments. For example, if there is a scaled question in the feedback rubric, learners will not see the quality score based on this scaled question. If you want learners to see a score, you can add a Scoring activity based on the review.
Learners can also have an opportunity to reflect on the feedback they received by answering questions in a reflection rubric.
Learner POV: A feedback reflection activity with a reflection rubric
How to set up a Feedback reflection activity
Select + Add new and toggle on the option to Show advanced activities. Select the Feedback reflection activity.
Alternatively, you can add a review flow to your course under Flows.
Choose a source for the feedback reflection activity. The source should be a previous review activity (instructor review, peer review, or group member review).
Determine if this activity will include an option for learners to answer questions about the feedback they receive.
If it will not, open the settings and toggle off the Reflection rubric setting.
If it will, leave the Reflection rubric on and select Edit reflection rubric. Use the rubric editor to add questions that the learner will answer about the feedback they receive.
Completion & Visibility settings
You can use completion and visibility settings to add specific rules for who can view and access this activity, including setting deadlines and prerequisites. For example, in a peer review, you can set a prerequisite under completion rules so that learners must complete their reviews of peers before they can view feedback they receive. You can see details about these rules here.