Key Traction-Point:

Too often the feedback we give (and get) is ineffectual or even counterproductive.
Here’s how to do it right.

  1. Supply information about what the learner is doing, rather than simply praise or criticism.
  2. Take care in how you present feedback.
  3. Orient feedback around goals.
  4. Use feedback to build meta-cognitive skills.

Learn more about what these ideas mean by continuing your reading at TIME.com.

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