Question Ladder (strategy) The question ladder is a helpful tool for student to organize the types of questions to ask in interviews or other interpersonal situations. It can be a handy way for students to determine the questions they need to ask to elicit meaningful feedback.
Tagging Feedback (Routine) TAG is mnemonic to help students remember the three components of constructive feedback.
Observation-Question-Suggestion (routine) This routine is helps students focus on evidence and concrete elements of others' work, question the elements they do not understand or are underdeveloped, and offer constructive solutions.
The Feedback Sandwich 2.0 (routine) Instead of offering students positive feedback at the ends of feedback comments to hide the criticism, the feedback wrap teachers students through metaphor how to have a healthy balance of the two.
Gallery Walk Feedback (strategy) Using a gallery walk with students offers them a way to look at other students' or creators' works and provides them with a structure for providing constructive feedback.
Comment Bubble (website) Comment Bubble is a website that allows students to tag a moment in a video and give immediate feedback through its digital platform.
Give One, Get One (strategy) This strategy teaches students about reciprocity during discussions, as well as can be used for giving and receiving feedback.