Have you ever had the experience of trying to do something that you really don’t understand?
Then you may be able to relate to the cute and hilarious struggles of this little ballerina in this video from Ann Oneil (thanks to Chris Giffard for sharing it).
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What does the term “genuine evaluation” mean to the rest of the planet, including those who don’t identify as “evaluators”?
We’ve collated a few snippets from our Google Alerts file to give a picture that is sometimes humorous, sometimes actually very insightful. Of particular interest as we refine our thinking are the similar themes
Read the whole post –> “Genuine evaluation” snippets from across the globe
In response to an earlier post, Caroline Heider asked the million-dollar question:
How does one develop .. a culture [of reflective or evaluative thinking] when it is not intrinsic or when incentives exist to share information only about success/the positive (real or the “nicer message”) and fear to speak about things that may not
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