Pitching Feedback.

CHARLIE TAYLOR

Feedback can be one of the most powerful influences on student learning (Hattie and Timperley 2007). And peer feedback assist with recognising faults and give recommendations for improvement. Hence why we are back again on our run of analysing our peer feedback and lessons we have learnt along the way. 

Being 100% honest, giving peer feedback is something I definitely struggle with, yet find the most helpful when reviving feedback from my peers. Feedback from peers enables people to better understand their work from a different perspective and allows them to effectively communicate their ideas and suggestions. I found it interesting to see people choose their ideas around in what they hope the future of their topic might look like, keeping an open mind framework. 

Sophie’s pitch is focusing on fast fashion and the issue surrounding the impact it makes. The focus towards the future looks at how she can…

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