How to critique & be critiqued & what to do with feedback

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 issues and improve 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.

Essentials on how to critique, what to look for, and some checklists

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What to do with feedback

 

 

 Updated April 30, 2020

Header photo: Ithaca, NY courtesy of the talented Paul Joran

 

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