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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 2220 Feedback

Instructions and Help about Can Form 2220 Feedback

So in other videos that I've done, I brought up a lot of times where you should bring up feedback, where is it most effective. But even if you followed all of my advice, you still could be giving feedback the wrong way. Let me give you an example. So let's say you are having students complete a project for you. They're supposed to put together a birdhouse from scratch. And this is the birdhouse that you get from one of the students. You know, looking at it, there are lots and lots of issues with this birdhouse. The colors are all off to what you suggested, the painting is terrible, it's not weatherproofing the wood, the roof is crooked, and the hole for the birdhouse is way too big, so that means squirrels will get inside. There are tons of details. What you could do is basically tear this thing apart and judge it. But that's the one thing you really want to move away from when you're giving feedback - judging. When I was in university, I got this feedback on a lot of my projects: confusing, misdirecting. What does that mean? You have to give people feedback without passing judgment. What you're there to do is to improve the quality of that product. So if I gave all the feedback about this particular project to the student, it would be very hard for them to distinguish, especially for a novice, which aspect they should actually focus on. The most important part here is maybe making it structurally sound. So that's the first thing I might tackle with the student. That's the first piece of advice, feedback, and instruction that I might give them. What I'm asking you to do is, when you're determining what your assessment and...