As teachers, we constantly give feedback to our students. We usually do it verbally or written, and the intent is to help students improve and grow. However, when it comes to receiving feedback, it’s a different monster. How did we progress to a state where we feel we’re too good for feedback? How can we become better at asking and receiving it?
In this 4-part series, I’m going to discuss the different aspects of feedback, from asking for it, to how to optimally receive it, and how to craft it in a better way for our students. Today I’m going to be discussing asking for it.
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