Learning the Art of Feedback

Sometimes creating the best version of what you can do requires feedback from others. Learning how to give and receive effective feedback is a valuable life skill and one that can be taught from a young age. A proper feedback session should involve a safe space where participants feel comfortable to share constructive criticism of their creative process.

Students in Year 3 differentiated between helful, unhelpful, specific and non-specific feedback and experimented with giving different types of feedback to their peers. They also had a chance to explain how different feedback made them feel.

Karolina Bremont

When I was 8 years old one of my favorite things to do was to visit the market with my grandmother and eat a warm garlicky langoš. Little did I know at that time that it would be another 32 years until I would be at the same place, reminiscing about the beautiful memories of my grandmother while eating this delicacy. I call it the langoš 360. A 360 turn of living, studying and teaching around the world.

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