Receiving feedback can be tender, especially as we're still learning!
Our feedback method ensures a safe environment for everyone by being specific about how you experienced the class, rather than rating or making performative judgments about the teacher.
We request specifics about:
1. What they did/didn't do [OBSERVATION]
2. What feelings were alive in you [FEELING]
3. What needs were met/not met [NEED]
4. Any specific requests you might have that would have made it more wonderful for you [REQUEST].
How feedback works:
After the class you attend, you'll be asked to fill out a GoogleForm with entries for each of those items.
Here are a few examples of valuable feedback to a student teacher who just led a mantra class:
When you explained the mouth position before we chanted the mantra, I felt curious and excited. My need for learning was met!
You looked down at your hands the whole time you were playing the harmonium. I felt bored. My need for connection, play, and fun were not met. Next time, could you make a little eye contact?
Here are a few example of less-than-helpful feedback to student teacher who just led a mantra class:
Your class was awesome! Great job!
I really didn't like your class.
Please take this 3 question quiz to ensure you'll be giving safe and effective feedback.
Click the button below to start.