"So today I want to chew over something that is an essential element of the creative process, but which is really difficult to do well, and that is giving, receiving and processing feedback."
"But, I hate that sometimes I sense my peers don’t have any particular feedback — they’ll either remain silent or say something like 'looks good!' This feedback is very hard to build on. My hypothesis about what happens is that people are looking for flaws and if they can’t find any, they forget to give praise about what was done well."
"Knowing how to deliver and receive constructive feedback is a skill students can use in school and when they join the workforce — and it can be developed at any grade and in any course, said Heather Schwartz, practice specialist for the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning."