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Element: Feedback Reflection

Learn more about feedback reflection, and how you can create a module in your course on Teachfloor

Filippo Schiano di Pepe avatar
Written by Filippo Schiano di Pepe
Updated over a week ago

Hello and welcome to our step-by-step guide for setting Feedback Reflection elements into your module on Teachfloor.

How to create a Feedback Reflection?

When you visit the course's Curriculum page, you want to add a Feedback Reflection. Click on the edit button. you will see a (+) Add Element.

Click on (+) Add Element on the left side of the screen. Now, you will see a list of elements. Scroll down, and in the assessment section, click the Feedback Reflection.

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Different Settings of Feedback Reflection

Settings of Feedback Reflection is divided into three major portions:


1. General Settings

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In the general settings, you can set the following settings;

  • Cover Image - Add a cover image to your Feedback Reflection module that will reflect the importance of the Feedback Reflection.

  • Name - Give a descriptive name to the Feedback Reflection, maybe referring to the lessons the Feedback Reflection is linked to or the topic covered.

  • Description - This space can be used to add details regarding the Feedback Reflection and all the information the students might need before starting the Feedback Reflection.

  • Resources - This space can be used to add details regarding the Feedback Reflection and all the information the students might need before starting the Feedback Reflection.

  • Display Description on Top - Enabling this will allow the students to see the description and resources before the Feedback Reflection content.
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Click on the pre-requirements dropdown and choose from the previous lessons or activities that you want to require. You may add multiple pre-requirement activities.

3. Visibility Settings

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You can set visibility options, making it visible to either;

  • Manually selected students

  • To specific roles

  • To specific tags

4. Feedback Reflection Settings

Now, coming to the main settings of Feedback reflection:

i. Reflection Questions

You can enable/disable the reflection questions. Learners will reflect on their feedback and answer them, or make them watch their review, which will also complete the module.

If you have decided to add the questions, you will see an Edit Questions button, clicking it will open a window of questions interface where you can add questions.


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There are five different types of questions you can add:

  1. Open Questions - learners will write the answers in text form

  2. Numeric Rating - learners will review the by choosing a number

  3. Text Scale - learners will have multiple choices to choose from

  4. Yes/No - learners will answer yes or no.

  5. Information Section - learners will have an info guide for self-review

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ii. Anonymous

When you turn on this feature, it hides the names of the learners interacting together, so they can't see each other's names. This makes things more private and safe for everyone involved.

ii. Deadline

Here, you can set the deadline for the Feedback reflection assessment.

iii. Reminders

Following that, you set three different reminders for your learners to complete the assessment before the time.

From Learners Account

Learners will see a Start Now button, and by clicking it, the feedback reflection window will open with the feedback being shown at the front, and questions at the right side, Learners will answer the questions,

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