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Teacher Feedback

One of the newest features on Artsonia is called “Teacher Feedback.” Over the years, we’ve noticed more and more teachers leaving comments for students on artwork.  We realized that this is a rather tidious process, having to open each individual student’s gallery, post a comment, and repeat this over and over for an entire class. We also knew that comments posted by teachers would not require any additional review.  So, in response to the many requests on this subject, we introduced “Teacher Feedback” this past August.

Teachers now have an easy way to leave feedback on artwork. In the secure teacher section, one single page will display all the artwork from a specific exhibit, allowing teachers to post unqiue feedback for each student, or instead, type one comment and instantly have it posted to every student’s artwork.  The feedback will be displayed near the artwork in the student’s public gallery. Feedback does not require parent approval – it will be shown on the website immediately.

We hope all our teachers will take the time to try out this new feature. As always, your comments and “teacher feedback” is much appreciated!

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Comments on: "Teacher Feedback" (5)

  1. What a nice feature. Glad to find out about it here and will try it out soon.

  2. Carole Belisle said:

    I’m a grandparent and would like to see a book available that has all the artwork of a person in it and possibility the option to add more artwork in time. Like a one person art book. Can you do this, it wouldn’t have to be big, maybe 4×6 or 5×7. Thank you.

    • Carole,
      Please check your personal email for a response from our customer service team regarding portfolio books, available in our giftshop.
      Thank you for your interest!
      Sincerely,
      Your Friends at Artsonia

  3. That’s a marvelous new feature. I’ll be sure to try it out.

  4. Dear Artsonia,

    I really like this new feature and so do my students. They like to see feedback on their artwork.

    Artfully,
    Mrs.Berry

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