Looking for a feedback loop



From Elon Musk to managing people to correcting written assignments, this article speaks about the power of feedback. There are, however, contradictions: for example, we are advised to treat negative feedback as helpful; yet, giving negative feedback is not recommended. What’s an ideal feedback loop then and who builds it,  the learner or the teacher? 

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