With Pathwright, you can make any learning step "reviewable." Reviewable steps automatically notify Teachers, Moderators, and Mentors that there's something to review and include a direct link to the learner's completion in the Inbox.
Reviewable steps are useful in all kinds of ways:
Project Feedback: Share feedback and optionally award points for projects uploaded via a Submit Block.
Personal Checkpoints: Ask questions to check in on progress and give a private, personal response.
Personalized Assessments: Assess and provide direction for improvement based on how a learner answers questions.
💡Tip: Optionally add Points to any Step to enable Teachers, Moderators, and Mentors to leave a score with their feedback.
How to make a step reviewable
Making any step reviewable is quick and easy: open the Step Settings on any step and toggle on "Make reviewable" — that's all there is to it.
Now that your step is reviewable, Moderators, Teachers, and Mentors will receive an in-app notification, an email notification, and a notification in their Inbox that there's something to review.
In addition to leaving feedback in the private discussion (only visible to the learner and other reviewers), they can also leave a formal Review.
Leave a Review
Any reviewable step includes a "Review" tool in the Inbox where you can leave:
Points: a numerical point score if the step includes points.
Review notes: optionally summarize your feedback on the learner's work. (Tip: select the text in your review to reveal more formatting options.)
Notify: When "Notify" is checked, the learner will receive an in-app and email notification letting them know that you reviewed the step.
Once you complete the review, it will appear for the learner and other reviewers.
📝 Note: Currently, only one review may be left per completion, even when there are multiple reviewers. We plan to add the ability for each reviewer to leave a unique review in the future. In the meantime, if there are multiple reviewers, we recommend using the Discuss tool for them to leave feedback and assigning only one reviewer to submit the final review.