Dignen (2014) describes feedback for many as something that is similar to criticism or attack, but explains that it is in fact the opposite to this – an act of support that intends to deal with underperformance in a constructive way, and to assist in developing a higher level of performance. The task of commenting on other student’s pitches and beta presentations is an effective way to give positive and negative feedback, and offer suggestions of how they are able to improve. The three beta videos I was tasked with commenting on were Naomi, Jessica and Abby.


Carrying on from my previous engagement with project pitches, I ended my post with what I thought I could improve on. The biggest one was overcoming a fear of being too critical, getting directly to the point and not fluffing around. I also wanted to improve by giving research evidence and material…

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