Giving and receiving feedback is an important part of our life even in university life. As students, we expect to know where we can make improvements in our study, and look to lecturers and tutors to give us feedback to help us to learn. We can also be in the position of giving feedback to others including giving feedback to other students we work with on group projects, to friends who seek feedback on their assignments.
In spite of how important giving and receiving feedback is, we are rarely taught how to do so in a respectful manner.
At some stage, we have probably received feedback that we felt was unfair or led us to feel annoyed, angry or hurt. When we do not manage feedback in a constructive manner we may seem reactive and defensive to others.
Similarly, we may also give feedback to others that raised negative feelings for them, and may be experienced as negative, critical, or even hurtful. Even though, we can give feedback in positive way that can make to increase their effort and encourage them.
ABSTRACT OF PRESENTATION
During our workshop we put the presentation which is about Constructive feedback for 60 minutes. We divided the presentation into three parts: Core concept about constructive feedbacks, making exercise to understanding constructive feedbacks, and additional information. In each part has took 20 minutes and first part of presentation explained by Uurtsaikh, second part organized by two members of team and last part explained by Dalaibaatar.
Introducing core concept
The first part of the presentation it is included the definition about the Constructive feedback and we presented general knowledge about positive and negative feedback. On the other hand, the definition of the constructive feedback was not fresh information for the students because we use feedback every meeting. In additionally, almost every student knew about the feedback but they do not distinguish between the positive and the negative...