Wrapping up your project and providing feedback to students.
At the end of a project, you will receive a final project deliverable from the student team(s). If it is not received by the due date, message the team or let the educator know. Employers are then asked to provide feedback to students and assess the students' work. If an employer does not complete feedback within 7 days, they will get a reminder via email. Feedback can be provided at any time after the team's deliverable is submitted.
Required feedback includes:
- A public feedback comment.
- An overall rating out of 5 stars.
Optional feedback includes:
- A private feedback comment for the team.
- A rating out of 5 stars on the team's communication, creativity, professionalism, and critical thinking.
In your written feedback, make sure to highlight both the positive and the negative (if any) experiences you had when working with the students. Were they quick to respond and professional in their communication? Were they quick learners who took initiative? Remember, any feedback you give will be publicly available on Riipen with your name attached as the author. With that in mind, remember to be courteous even if you need to provide negative feedback. For many students, this is one of their earliest work experiences and they are learning as they go.