It's also important that the feedback be actionable. For example, you should provide strategy. This is how you can write, draw, or do that better. I would do it like this. This is what this writer does. You can't just say, "Boy, did that suck," and move on. That's not actionable. You have to offer ways they can improve.
Also, you should be positive. You can't dwell on the student's incompetence or make invidious comparisons. You can't say things like, "Why can't you
It's important that you offer change step by step. For example, you ought not to focus on every
And of course you need to be receptive and assume there is an opportunity for change. Let's say, for example, you're walking around all over the building saying this
Peer feedback is important too. You can't just have a
It's important to target specific areas. If you were to say, for instance, that everything without exception is wrong, it could cause the
So that's what I got out of our PD session. Can you see any way it might apply or be helpful at your school?