Whenever I receive written feedback, I cast my eyes quickly over it. Inevitably there's something that causes pain or anger but I try not to read the comments too intently. I immediately thank the person/editor via email and tell ...
Peter Bertelsen's insight:
As educators make the shift from evaluative feedback to formative feedback we sometimes forget that students (along with everyone else) can still have their egos bruised by any feedback that is less than positive. This article written as advice to PhD candidates makes me reflect about the importance of working with students to prepare them and to teach them how to use how to use feedback effectively.
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