In the DC program, student assessment is provided by DC Clients and
Facilitators in the forms of oral and written feedback, and our students are HUNGRY
for it! They want to know from you how well they interacted and
communicated, how you think they handled their case, and specific ways they
"I love getting feedback, it gives me a heads up for what I need to work
on."~former DC student participant
This training module, therefore, is designed to help you know what to look for, how to document those observations, and finally,
how to synthesize and deliver your insights as specific, constructive critique.
"The most positive aspect of DC is obtaining friendly,
constructive feedback." ~ former DC student participant
What do I look for in my interviews with students? How should I document what I observe? Click here for answers to these critical questions!
Refer to this page for guidelines for providing superior student critique. NOTE: This topic will be discussed in-depth during our DC Client workshops scheduled throughout your DC week.
This page is specifically dedicated to Friday morning of the DC week at which time all DC Clients will complete their written student evaluations. Curious? Take a peek now in preparation of our special DC Client workshop on this topic!