This article will cover how to provide feedback on Checkpoints:
- How do I give students feedback on Checkpoints?
- How can I view my students’ work before they submit it?
- How do I leave feedback on cognitive skill rubrics?
- How do I ask students to make specific revisions?
As students complete checkpoints, they will submit them for feedback. To give students feedback on checkpoints:
- From the Project page, click Feedback
- Select a Checkpoint title along the lefthand side. Students who have requested feedback will have a 🔔 Needs Feedback notification.
- Click on a student’s name to begin providing feedback on the checkpoint
- Select a color to provide feedback: Stop and Revise (red), Review Feedback (yellow), or Continue Working (green)
- Click Send. If multiple students have submitted checkpoints for feedback, you’ll be transitioned to the next pending student as soon as you click Send
- Click the <- arrow in the upper left corner to return to the project page
If you’d like to provide feedback on a given checkpoint for multiple students at a time, click on the checkpoint, then click Bulk Feedback on the right.
Teachers can monitor and access student work before students submit their work.
For checkpoints, teachers can view student work under the Feedback tab. On the Feedback Overview, student checkpoint work appears as circles to the right of their name. Final products are indicated with stars. Clicking one of these icons will bring up that student's work.
1. From the Course page, click on the Project
2. From the Feedback Tab, click the Checkpoint icon you'd like to see
To view the work for a single Checkpoint, select a Checkpoint name along the left hand side. Click on a student's name to bring up their work.
Teachers can also see all activities and resources for a Checkpoint under the icon in the upper right after opening the Checkpoint document.
Drag Activities and Resources into Notebooks to provide a link to the relevant item!
- After opening a student's Checkpoint document, click the assignment icon in the upper right
- A list Activities and Resources assigned to the student under this Checkpoint will appear
- Click the Activity name to see the student's progress on the Activity
- Drag titles in order to link to them in Notebooks
You can now highlight directly onto a student's rubric as a way to provide better feedback for Checkpoints and Final Products.
From a course:
- Click into a Project where a student has requested feedback
- Click the Checkpoint or Final Product where feedback has been requested
- On the right-hand side, click the name of the student that requested feedback
- Click into the rubric
- Click on the text or drag across to highlight it. Choose the color highlight you want to leave. Green stands for, "Strong evidence," and purple stands for, "Focus for next time"
All highlights will be seen by students when they receive their feedback. You can edit your highlights anytime by clicking back into the rubric and then either adding more highlights or removing highlights you made earlier.
You can indicate that a part of your student's work needs revision when you create a comment in their Notebook.
From a student's checkpoint or final product:
- Create a comment
- Uncheck the box that says "Ask to Revise" if your comment does not require revision
- Post your comment
When the "Ask to Revise" box is checked, the comment will say "Revise" in blue on the teacher side.
On the student side, students will see an orange button that says, "I've Revised This!" They can click the button after having addressed your comment to let you know that they have revised their work.
If a student tries to submit a checkpoint or final product before they address your comments, they will see a reminder that they still need to make those changes.
After a student has marked their work as revised, they will no longer see the orange button. They will be able to undo if they pressed the button by accident.
On the teacher side, after a student has marked their work as revised, you will have the option to ask for another revision, which will begin the process again.