Instructors or Students should NOT login directly to Feedback Fruits. You must login only through onQ.
If you have logged in directly to Feedback Fruits you will not get access to your activity. You will need to contact Feedback Fruits directly for support using the chat function in onQ.
FeedbackFruits is a suite of pedagogical tools that are designed to help engage students in their learning. The tool is fully integrated with onQ, allowing students to participate in activities like peer review, peer evaluation, etc. directly within the LMS.
- Allows students to submit their work anonymously for peer review
- Allows students to review the work of their peers and evaluate the performance of teammates anonymously
Descriptions of Feedback Fruits Activities:
- Group Member Evaluation: Allow students to assess their peers' collaboration skills. The instructor specifies the criteria that students use to evaluate their peers' contribution to group work
- Peer Review: Create assignments for students to provide feedback to their peers on deliverables like documents or videos based on predefined criteria
- Skill Review: Provide feedback to your students on activities such as presentations, oral exams and interviews
- Assignment Review: Provide in-line feedback on students' deliverables. Instructors can specify the criteria and feedback format
- Interactive Audio: Share audio sources for students to discuss, answer practice questions, and/or collaborate on discussion topics. This can be a graded activity
- Interactive Video: Share video sources for students to discuss, answer practice questions, and/or collaborate on discussion topics. This can be a graded activity
- Interactive Document: Share document sources for students to discuss, answer practice questions, and/or collaborate on discussion topics. This can be a graded activity
- Interactive Presentation: Interact with your audience, using things like live polls or track difficult questions or topics raised during the lecture.
- Discussion Assignment: Allow learners to sharpen their thinking through debate, peer review and self-reflection
- Comprehension: Allow students to read, analyze and comprehend a document and comment on the topics provided by the instructor to identify the structure of study material. This can be enabled for collaborative learning.