You can leave audio or video feedback for a student to view on a rubric assessment!

Where you begin will look slightly different, based on if the assessment includes student attachments or not.

  • With student attachments: select the + symbol.
  • Without student attachments: Select the ellipsis, then select + Add Attachment.

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Audio Feedback

Step 1: Refer to the images above for where to initially click to leave feedback.

Step 2: Select the audio icon.

Step 3: Choose how you want to add your audio.

  • If you want to add audio that is already on your device, select Browse.
  • If you want to record live audio with your device, select Record Audio. The audio recording can be up to 5 minutes long.

Step 4: Select the microphone icon in the middle of the recording box.

Step 5: Select the record button in the lower-left corner.

Step 6: When you are done recording, select the stop button in the lower-left corner.

Step 7: Add a name to your audio recording, then select Save.

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Video Feedback

Step 1: Refer to the images at the beginning of this article for where to initially click to leave feedback.

Step 2: Select the video icon.

Step 3: Choose how you want to add your video.

  • If you want to add a video that is already on your device, select Browse.
  • If you want to record a live video with your device, select Record Video. The video can be up to 5 minutes long.

Step 4: Select the camera icon in the middle of the recording box.

Step 5: Select the record button in the lower-left corner.

Step 6: When you are done recording, select the stop button in the lower-left corner.

Step 7: Add a name to your video recording, then select Save.

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How Students View Feedback

Once you've left feedback, the students can access it by completing the following steps:

Step 1: Students will access their graded assessment from their Assessments module.

Step 2: Students will select the Review option.

Step 3: The feedback will present itself as an attachment to the rubric.

In the particular example above, the student has a Google Doc attached to this rubric. The teacher's feedback is added as an attachment, listed after the student attachment.

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Next Steps

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