Do you ever get confused as to how to leave descriptive feedback for products you have purchased? Look no further than the "Feedback Quick Guide." This guide is designed to provide prompts that get you thinking about the product you are leaving feedback for. While leaving feedback does earn credits you can use towards future purchases, feedback also provides teacher-authors with a chance to understand how the product worked for you in your classroom, or with your students. It also allows teacher-authors to make corrections, or to find new ways to make the product better.
What is Descriptive Feedback?
Descriptive feedback tells an individual what they did well, what they could improve on, and how they can improve for the next time. This is the best, and most productive, feedback to receive. When leaving feedback for products you have purchased, consider how the product helped you as a teacher, and how it helped your students. Think about what you had to do to supplement the product (if anything at all). What would you add to the product to make it better for the next time you use it? What do you think was missing?
Thinking about Product Descriptions
When leaving feedback, it is also important to consider how well the product matches up with the product description. Were you aware of all of the contents of the product before you purchased it? Did the seller give a preview of the product that allowed you to see the general overview of contents included? If you found the product description did not meet the product contents, make note of this in the feedback you leave for the teacher-author so they can change the product description or preview for future buyers.
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