This week I had some writer's block issues with "Meaningful Feedback". As a practitioner, giving and receiving feedback has never been an issue. Learning to write about it academically was a little more challenging.
So as I submitted my assignment and had some days to reflect on scenarios, situations, and mentors who shaped my experience with feedback I wondered, "How many people give feedback to help others improve performance or project outcomes?"
We only know...what we know.
Are we teaching students (traditional & non-traditional) today the role of meaningful feedback in the process of lifelong learning? Are you a silent sideline critic? Have you ever sought feedback from peers, mentors, or supervisors which helped you improve your own self assessments? How do you incorporate meaningful feedback?
As always, feedback, comments, and shared knowledge are always welcome.