TnT 49 Why you might be wasting that valuable feedback

Teachers receive a LOT of feedback, and as a new teacher, how you deal with it will determine how successful you’ll be. But what is it about receiving constructive feedback that makes us shut down or ignore it? How do we take something that, from the giver, was well-intentioned, and transform it into an attack? The teachers that are the most receptive to feedback and TAKE ACTION are the ones that grow and improve the fastest.

In Part 3 of this 4-part series on feedback, I discuss how to best receive feedback so that you don't shut down when you hear it.

If you missed the first two:

Part 1: TnT 47: How to get truly helpful feedback to inform your teaching

Part 2: TnT 48: Student feedback can completely change your teaching 

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