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R-MC Faculty Teaching Toolkit: Providing Feedback

 

Providing Feedback

 

Providing Feedback in Canvas

Canvas logo   Providing Feedback in Canvas

 

Annotate Student Submissions

Canvas has a robust annotation tool called DocViewer that is part of SpeedGrader. DocViewer allows the instructor to review student submissions and annotate them using comments, multiple colors of highlighting, strikethrough, and free draw. Comments and annotations can be easily edited and deleted.

canvas annotation tool

Learn how to annotate (text)

 

SpeedGrader

While you can use SpeedGrader for grading student submissions and for giving feedback, you don't have to. Speedgrader allows you to grade using rubrics, and will automatically update the Gradebook with grades given to individual students or groups. If you are not very familiar with SpeedGrader, a quick orientation might be useful (video | text

Learn how to:

  • Get to SpeedGrader from an assignment, quiz, or graded discussion (text)
  • Enter and edit grades in SpeedGrader (text)
  • Leave feedback comments for student submissions in SpeedGrader (text)
  • Use a rubric to grade in SpeedGrader (text)

Learn more about SpeedGrader (text)‚Äč

 

Go to the Faculty Canvas Course for tips on Communication, Connection, Feedback, and Engagement.