Please find the latest four-page issue of Quality Education News (QEN). You might find that page four brings about a small chuckle.
In whatever area and level of education that you're involved in, there are times when you need to give feedback. That feedback could be to a child, a student or a colleague. Feedback is meant to have successful outcomes. Yet if poorly handled, it can do much damage.
In this issue, Marcus Buckingham gives researched guidelines on both how to avoid pitfalls and also how to use feedback to optimal effect. If you do written evaluations such as report cards in the school situation, do you use the 'hamburger' technique?