When you give your students feedback, how do you know that feedback is effective? At the very least, it would be nice to know whether students understand the feedback they receive. 

In codePost, students can provide one-click feedback on rubric items left on their code. Instructors can use this feedback to fine-tune their rubrics as well as tailor course content to address comprehension gaps. 

You can enable feedback on feedback as an assignment setting.

Once enabled, students will be able to mark whether they understood a rubric comment, like this:


You can then view scores in aggregate from within the rubric editor in your Admin Console.

Note that feedback scores will sum to at most 100%. Scores less than 100% reflect students who have not left feedback on rubric comments.

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