How do I give students feedback on checkpoints?

From the Students section of a project page, you can:

  • Track student progress on checkpoints
  • Give students feedback on checkpoints
  • See which students may need help
  • Assess student work on cognitive skills by scoring final products

As students complete checkpoints, they will submit them for feedback. To give students feedback on checkpoints:

  1. From the project page, click Students.
  2. In the box on the right under Overview, students who have requested feedback on checkpoints will be listed under Feedback > Requested Feedback. Alternatively, you can click on a checkpoint, then look under Feedback in the box on the right.
  3. Click on a student’s name to begin providing feedback on the checkpoint.
  4. Click Cognitive Skills, then click  Select to provide feedback: Stop and Revise (red), Check Feedback (yellow), or Keep Going (green). You can click on a cognitive skill listed above to refer to the rubric.
  5. Click Send Feedback. If multiple students have submitted checkpoints for feedback, you’ll be transitioned to the next pending student as soon as you click Score Project. Otherwise, you’ll be transitioned to students who are still working on checkpoints.
  6. Click  in the upper right corner to return to the project page.

You may notice that some students have indicated that they need help on their checkpoints:

  1. From the project page, click Students.
  2. In the box on the right under Overview, students who have requested feedback on checkpoints will be listed under Feedback > Need Help. Alternatively, you can click on a checkpoint, then look under Feedback in the box on the right.
  3. Click on a student’s name to see the student’s request, listed in the bottom right corner.

If you’d like to provide feedback on a given checkpoint for multiple students at a time, click on the checkpoint, then click View All Students in the box on the right. Select the type of feedback for each student. You can also sort feedback requests from newest to oldest, or from oldest to newest.

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