How to critique & be critiqued

Critiquing is about teaching and learning. Each member of the critique group must be both a teacher and a student. When you offer suggestions on someone’s work, you’re learning how to diagnose and solve problems in your own work.

A successful critique group requires positive, helpful attitudes and a willingness to help yourself through giving time and energy to help others. Critiquing should empower members with a sense of collective and individual progress.

Critiquing should never, ever be about showing off how much you know or intentionally, maliciously making someone feel bad.

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 Updated April 30, 2019

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