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Part 1: Why Critique is Important

Why Critique is Important: Part 1 of 11 Kevin Brower, Ashley Storm, Brian Memmott, Joshua Abegglen, Matthew Geddes, Justin Bates

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Part 2: Student Improvement Through Critique

Student Improvement Through Critique. Part 2 of 11

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Part 6: Separate the Person from the Skill

Separate the Person from the Skill. Part 6 of 11

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Part 3: Helping Students Seek Feedback

Helping Students Seek Feedback. Part 3 of 11

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Part 4: Moving Beyond Validation

Moving Beyond Validation. Part 4 of 11

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Part 9: Maintaining Student Engagement

Maintaining Student Engagement. Part 9 of 11

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Part 8: Encourage Open-Ended Critique

Encourage Open-Ended Critique. Part 8 of 12

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Part 10: Individual Critique

Individual Critique. Part 10 of 11

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Part 11: Group or Collaborative Critique

Helping Students Critique Each Other. Part 11 of 11

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Part 5: Creating a Conducive Environment

Creating a Conducive Environment. Part 5 of 11

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Part 7: Building Trust Through Connections and Relationships

Building Trust Through Connections and Relationships. Part 7 of 11

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