Evidence based – pedagogy and leadership: The Ten Commandments of Giving Feedback

In my previous post I considered how to become better at receiving feedback, as such, it seems to sensible to look at how to get better at giving feedback.  In doing so, I will be making use of Sutton, Hornsey and Douglas’s concluding chapter in their recent book – Feedback : The communication of praise, criticism and advice to list what they identify as the Ten Commandments of Giving Feedback.

via Evidence based – pedagogy and leadership: The Ten Commandments of Giving Feedback.

 

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