This article explains how to use Feedback Fruits to create an assignment in which students evaluate the performance of the other students in their class, or in a group in their class.
In Feedback Fruits, a peer evaluation assignment is called a group member evaluation, and can be restricted to groups or open to the entire class. Here's how to create one.
1. Create a standard Canvas assignment, but in Submission Type, choose External Tool.
2. In the list that appears, scroll down and click on Feedback Fruits - Group Member Evaluation, then press Select.
3. In the screen that appears, (A) name the assignment, (B) provide instructions for students, (C) configure "Group assignment" either for groups or individuals, and use (D) Configure Groups to choose the proper Canvas group set.
4. Build (A) the feedback criteria, which can be customized with Likert scales, rubrics and open comments, (B) set a deadline by which the reviews should be completed, and (C) decide when, if ever, students should see the evaluation their peers have provided.
5. Set (A) reviewer anonymity, (B) the number of required reviews each student much complete, and even (C) assign some students to particular reviewers. Click Save when finished.
6. You'll be brought back to the external took screen, at which you should choose Select again.
7. Save and publish the assignment
These evaluations can be tricky if you aren't used to them; please feel free to ask Courseware for assistance in creating yours.
|TIP: Student view does not yet work with Feedback Fruit assignments. Courseware can help you experience an evaluation as a student would.|