Pitch Comments and Critical Self Evaluation

Erin Waugh

This blog post contains a summary of my journey with giving and receiving feedback with my classmates for our BCM325 Digital Artefact pitches.

Providing feedback is about actively listening, taking the time to analyse and giving solutions that ensure individuals can revise their work before submission (ActiTIME 2021). Both positive and negative feedback is useful in ensuring we make valuable decisions (DeFranzo 2022).

Before writing each comment for my peers I acknowledged the following framework for what each pitch should have included:

The first pitch I commented on was Phoebe Well’s. She is doing a DA on indie music and here’s what I had to say:

“Hi Phoebe, I LOVE this DA. It’s clear how passionate you are about this topic, it really shows through in your communication and execution. I love the aesthetic of your Instagram page, you have a real talent for graphic…

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