There are two places to provide your students with feedback in Stile
Either click on the Notification that your students have submitted work
Or go straight to the Markbook, locate and click on the work requiring feedback.
For a quick overview of how feedback works in Stile, check out the video below:
or if you prefer reading - read on!
Submitted work awaiting feedback will be indicated by a tray. Feedback for submitted work will not appear until it is released by the teacher.
Work in progress is indicated with the eye symbol. Feedback left on work in progress will appear in real-time. This gives students a chance to take teacher feedback into account and self-correct their work before submitting it. Once they submit, the in-progress feedback disappears until the teacher releases it again.
One of the best things about Stile is how easy it is to give different types of feedback to your students.
1. Task feedback
Each question comes with a yellow sticky note where you can type feedback for each student's response to any given question.
If no feedback is left, the sticky note won't show up for students.
It's also possible to simply click the tick / checkmark for good responses.
Automated feedback for multiple choice questions
Additionally, multiple choice questions allow for automatic task feedback which students receive feedback as soon as they hand in their work.
The latest addition to the Stile feedback toolkit is inline feedback. Inline feedback lets you highlight text that students have written and add comments right there and then. If they haven't submitted yet, they'll get your cues to keep them on track. 🎉
2. Summary feedback
At the bottom of each Lesson, you can type summary feedback for your students. There is even an option to attach files here, such as rubrics, annotated screenshots, videos or whatever else will help students learn.
3. Audio feedback
Below the summary feedback box, there is also the option to leave audio feedback. Simply hit the microphone icon, allow Stile to use your microphone and start talking!