Constructive criticism is like medicine. We know it’s good for us, but that doesn’t mean we like it. In higher education it’s crucial that we learn to accept it. From students working on a first degree to academic researchers and writers who publish regularly, we all can learn from helpful feedback. Here’s a link to a brief article about why it’s important to embrace constructive criticism provided by instructors in feedback and how to think about it as a road map to development, and not a judgment about capability or effort.
Technology advisor, Alicia Randazzo, interviews Dr. Shambhu Shastry, Faculty Program Director for Electrical Engineering Technology at Excelsior College. Dr. Shastry talks about his background and the innovative ELEC 495 capstone for the Electrical Engineering Technology […]
What’s the difference, where does the comma go, is the author’s last name written first, or first name last? Wait. Isn’t that the same thing? Being able to properly cite our work is what keeps us […]
Before submitting your paper for review and grading by your instructor, make sure it is as polished as possible by using Grammarly. This grammar checker is freely available to all students taking Excelsior College courses. […]