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Meets Requirements

  • Critiques the work of every student in each module.
  • Posts critiques and grades for assignments to the LMS within 5 3 business days of submission (3 2 business days in the Summer semester). 
  • Critiques address all of the following:
    • what was done correctly
    • areas for improvement
    • why the improvements are needed
    • how to make improvements
  • Uses language that is clear, objective, and professional. Avoids slang.
  • Critiques in accordance with the expectations laid out in the module, the assignment instructions, and/or the rubric.
  • Posts critiques in public areas within the online class, to ensure that all students can see one another’s feedback.
  • General class critiques (optional feedback offered to the class as a group) highlight common successes and weaknesses — and are paired with specific comments to each student.
  • Requires that student work be submitted to the Class Discussion in the LMS. Provides feedback only through the LMS.
  • When providing instruction or doing critiques via Adobe Connect (or similar), records the session and posts the recording in the class for everyone to see. Students who cannot attend a live session receive their critiques either during the live session or through the LMS. In case of technical difficulties with the recording, posts a summary of each student’s critique.

Does Not Meet Requirements

  • Does not review the work of every student.
  • Falls behind in critiquing and grading — i.e., does not post feedback within the required timeframe.
  • Critiques are minimal, vague and/or generic feedback (e.g., “Nice job — Keep going!”).
  • Critiques fail to address all the following:
    • what was done correctly
    • areas for improvement
    • why the improvements are needed
    • how to make improvements
  • Comments are subjective (e.g., “I love this!”) rather than objective (i.e., based on observation of specific elements related to assessment criteria).
  • Makes identical comments to multiple students (copy/paste), demonstrating a lack of individual attention.
  • Critiques have a condescending or unprofessional tone (e.g., uses slang).
  • Feedback contradicts the expectations laid out in the module, the assignment instructions, and/or the rubric.
  • Posts critiques through private channels (e.g., grade comments, Mailbox, etc.), so students cannot see one another’s feedback.
  • Posts feedback outside the online class Discussion.
  • When doing critiques via Adobe Connect (or similar), does not record the session and/or fails to posts a record of the session (i.e., the video recording or a written summary of each student’s critique) in the class.

Exceeds Requirements

Meets requirements + Provides highly-detailed individual feedback.


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