Read the attached document and answer the question according to the reading:
- What is one example of having a “hands-off” attitude towards editing team members’ writing? What are some possible negative outcomes of this approach?
- In your own words, what are four methods your team can use to develop a team culture that encourages constructive feedback on team members’ writing?
- What is the difference between the feedback method and the direct-revision method for editing and revising team members’ work? Which method (or what other method) has your team been using? Has this been effective? Why or why not?
- What are some possible drawbacks of using only the feedback method?
- What is the best strategy to use when a team member in charge of writing a section of a report dislikes accepting critical feedback?
- Why is it important to clarify the goals of the revision or feedback? Why is it important to note whether a draft is rough or nearly finalized?
- When giving feedback on a draft (at any stage), why is it important to start with praise? How does giving feedback on a rough draft differ from a nearly-final draft? What are the different kinds of feedback you would give for each kind of draft?
- It is always important, when receiving feedback, that you ask for clarification for feedback you don’t at first understand. What are some other coping strategies for accepting feedback without resentment or anger?
- Most teams are using Google Docs to group write/edit their assignments. What are some other technology options that allow for group editing? Are there any that could be helpful to your team?