How school leaders can offer effective feedback

07/13/2013 | Edutopia.org

Using reflective questions to offer critical feedback can help school leaders achieve the difficult task of critiquing in a non-threatening manner, Scott Taylor, superintendent of Kenilworth Schools in N.J., writes in this blog post. "There is nothing wrong with intrinsically motivating people to think critically about the performance feedback they are given," he writes.

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