Feedback on presentations / seminar papers / exercises with feedbackr

Transform your classroom dynamics by integrating anonymous student feedback on presentations, enhancing learning through focused evaluations on understanding, presentation skills, and more.

In seminars or exercises, presentations or solving a problem in front of a class are common. In addition to the teacher’s assessment, the anonymous and therefore sincere feedback from the other students can be incorporated. For example, the students could vote on the following areas:

  • understanding
  • presentation
  • rhetoric
  • design
  • etc

Use single or multiple choice questions for quantitative evaluation. If you also want to obtain qualitative feedback, you can use free text questions.


  • Anonymous, valuable feedback from students
  • By focusing on the strengths / weaknesses of the speakers, students get a sense of the quality of their own performance.
    In addition to the own assessment of the presentations, the teacher can incorporate the feedback of the students.

Recommended settings in feedbackr

Free text question

Show answers:

  • never: the answers are only visible to you. This setting is useful if you want to collect feedback, but only visible for you or the organizer.
  • after stopping: this setting causes the answers to become visible to the participants when you stop the question. This way you can prevent mutual interference.
  • immediately: the answers are immediately visible to the entire audience. This is especially useful if you want to collect questions or topics.

Multiple answers: enable this setting if you want your students to answer more than one answer.

Answer Ranking: allows you to prioritize questions by your students. Only in combination with “show answers: immediately” available.

Single choice question

Show results immediately: deactivate to avoid mutual interference

With this variant, you can collect valuable feedback for your students and further develop the way they create presentations.

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Have fun using feedbackr in your lectures!