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Structured Secondary Feedback And Feedback Partnerships

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Structured secondary feedback and feedback partnerships can and should be a natural part of professional work. Particularly within the framework of a culture of feedback they can improve the quality of professional work in those areas of work subject to this process and can increase the general expectation that structured secondary feedback is a positive, intensive and partner-orientated way of learning. Structured secondary feedback and feedback partnerships do not only refer to aspects of behavior seen as external. It is important that particular care is taken with the trainee or partner to ensure that no offense is accidentally taken. It is therefore necessary to ensure that there is a basic level of acceptance of each as an individual between the feedback partners. The chapter presents two observation schemes include (i) Confirmation Lessons , and (ii) Church Service and Sermon.

Keywords: feedback partnerships; professional work; structured secondary feedback



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