The group member review activity lets learners review their group members. You can use the group member review activity to encourage group member engagement by making learners feel accountable on their group participation. Group member reviews can also be used as a performance management tool, allowing learners to gather team member feedback for a 360° appraisal.
How it works
A complete group member review session consists of:
Each group member will be required to give feedback to their group members, with the help of a feedback rubric that you can customise.
If the feedback rubric for the group member activity contains a scale or yes/no question you will get access to an overall performance score for each group member on the summary page.
How to set it up
To add a new group member review activity to your course, select 'add activities & flows'.
Select the toggle that says 'show advanced activities & flows'.
Here you can find the group member review activity and add it to your course.
Alternatively, you can also add our group member review flow to your course, this is the quickest way to add a complete learning flow to your course. This flow consists of a group formation activity, group member review activity, and feedback reflection activity.
Give your group member review activity a title and description.
Make sure to specify the right group formation activity as source for the group member review activity.
Under the settings page you can allow groups with only one learner to complete the activity. When you enable this setting, the group member review activity will automatically complete for this learner.
Under feedback rubric you can edit the rubric that is used when learners give a group member feedback. You can read more about feedback rubrics here.
If you want your learners to see and reflect on their received feedback, make sure to connect a feedback reflection activity to the group member review activity.
To learn more about the different set-up options you can find in the settings tab of the peer review activity, please have a look at this article here.