By Matthew Lemmond
On 26, Apr 2022 | In Resources | By Matthew Lemmond
Like it or not, critique is where I show and tell you how to get the grade you want and, more importantly, an attractive, award-worthy portfolio piece. Additionally, it’s where you can pushback with counter ideas, clarify your ideas, “YesAnd” my ideas, improve my ideas, and ask questions. Like it or not, if I’m writing the problems and grading your solutions, wouldn’t it follow that you want to know and clearly respond to my instruction? Also, have you ever struggled with the software for a couple of hours only to resolve nothing? Critique is where you can find solutions from your peers and me. However, critiques are pointless if there’s no significant application of my instruction, and your pushback is based on doing less between the critique and the due date.