Better Student Feedback

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Deliver better feedback to your students and colleagues. Being that you’re a student working on a project or a professor grading papers, you can benefit from sharing visual feedback.

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Build truly constructive feedback for your students

Feedback can often turn into criticism and fall on deaf ears. Words on paper mean only so much when it’s the question of feedback. Students and colleagues are easily distracted by other tasks and issues. Make sure to provide full visual feedback and bring the best out of your team.


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How to give effective feedback in 4 easy steps 

  1. Upload a screenshot to your account.
  2. Markup, label, and add callouts to assess the paper.
  3. Start a conversation in the comment section.
  4. Share and accept further feedback.

What they say about Good Annotations

You can make screenshots look great in just 2 clicks and you can add helpful annotations too. Useful for giving design feedback or guiding your users. A great tool to keep aside & use regularly

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Image annotation apps give you tools for annotating images. Good Annotations gives you a workflow for capturing, annotating, and sharing screenshots or other images.

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Build valuable student experience

Receiving critical feedback is never easy. The process might feel personal on every level. You can mitigate the emotional downfalls of giving feedback with annotated images. Explain your point visually, and offer a few words next to every element. Then share the link to your student, and keep each feedback readily available in your account library.

Provide constructive elements with your words

Create a statement of meaning. Place most critical bits after positive feedback. Tell your students and colleagues everything that is right. Place a green tick and write a few encouraging words. Then, proceed with sensitive feedback. Avoid harsh language and overly critical signs, like the red x crossing. You’re giving your students more time to adjust to your opinion. Students can extract more value and use it to create better assignments, papers, and research in the future.

Help students assess one another with screenshots

Provide screenshots and ask for feedback. Then create files of collective assessment. Your students will get a better overview of their work. You can create more value and engage the whole class in learning and acquiring new skills. 

Send a link to your course team and divide the workload

You don’t have to be that one person carrying the weight of the whole project. Create visual tasks and share them with a link. One picture is worth a thousand words here. Your colleagues can’t easily escape collaboration if they see the image of their work. Keep tabs with your account, and access the workflow at any time.

Request student’s to ask for your feedback with screenshots 

Ask your group to share problematic assignment details. Most assignments are not easy for students. You can help your group absorb the most knowledge with open-ended communication and constructive feedback. Create a culture of steering the work while it’s fresh so your students can extract the most value out of guidance. You’re creating confidence with your students to approach you’re and work on more complex issues. They can easily share every bit of trouble with you through the Good Annotations’ image editor

Clarify what good performance looks like  

Create a file of boof and bad examples. Showcase the difference between poorly executed tasks, plagiarised work, and faulty formats. Providing your students with both sides of the story helps them understand the task at hand. Use green ticks, pointers, and red marks to support your assignment visually. Provide an opportunity to discuss the criteria at every step of the way with added comments in the comment section.

Make student feedback a constant way of learning

Incorporate constant feedback into the way of learning. Understanding how the work comes off in the eyes of others will help students level up their game and create better assignments, papers, and solve more complex problems. No matter the field, being STEM or social, you will benefit from visual feedback. Ensure that visual feedback is part of everyday learning, and you’ll see a more engaged community of students tackling new tasks at will. Provide a feedback framework with Good Annotations, and discover a new way of bringing the best out of your students and colleagues.


FAQ's

Can I upload an image I already have?

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If you have a photo, image or screenshot sitting on your computer you can upload it to Good Annotations through our editor. Its super easy and takes seconds to do.

Once you have uploaded your image you can use any of our online tools to edit or add elements to the image.

Do I need to install anything?

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We've worked hard to make our tools & features all online and based within your browser. This means you do not need to install any applications on your laptop or computer.

We thought you might like this as it means we didnt build yet another app you have to install, you can just come back to us when you need us.

We did build a Chrome extension that you can install if you like. It lets you take screenshots in one click.

Is Good Annotations free to use?

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Good Annotations is currently a completely free and online tool. We dont ask for your credit card details or your email address to use our tool!

This may change in the future but don't worry as there will always be a free version of Good Annotations, payments will only be required if you are seeking to use a premium feature we haven't built yet (for example a team account).

If you have any features you think are missing in Good Annotations, feel free to reach out!

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