4 thoughts on “Thumbs up, thumbs down

  1. Excellent submit, very informative. I wonder why the other specialists of this sector do not notice this. You must proceed your writing. I’m sure, you have a great reader base already!

  2. That’s why reviews need to be taken with a grain of salt – if they like your outfit, you get high scores. If the planner screwed up they score you low and hope you’ll take that info to the planner (serve muffins, for example). Your point about kids, though, is right on. They don’t have the emotional maturity to discriminate between what’s the commentators problem and what’s theirs.

  3. Chick Moorman is an expert on creating and developing this
    kind of feedback. He influenced my writing and methodology greatly.

    1. Thanks, Gail. I have quite a bit of Chick’s work on this site. There are also several other links to posts about giving feedback to motivate, shape, and reinforce behavior.

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