Speaking as a coach, *any* feedback would be better than what we get now, which is basically a score (with the recent discussion, per the FLL the score means "almost nothing"). Noting the rubric with how the team could improve on specific rubric items would be great. On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 6:15 AM, Steve Scherr <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > John--an alternative might be a feedback guide, helping judges understand what types of > feedback you and others find useful. > > In my experience as a judge (in another state), I made it a point always to write some comments > down. Very often they were of the form "Great job on XXX! Think about working on YYY in the > future." It was hard to give more detailed feedback because of the time constraints. The things I > emphasized varied based on the type of judging I was doing, of course. > > Would Listserv readers consider this type of feedback helpful, or do coaches think that a variety of > more generic but wider-sweeping areas are better? Examples: enthusiasm, eye contact, right > volume, team member involvement, etc.? > > Steve Scherr > Judge ______________________________________________________________ To UNSUBSCRIBE or CHANGE YOUR SETTINGS, please visit https://listserv.jmu.edu/archives/vadcfll-l.html and select "Join or leave the list". If you want to join the VADCFLL-ADMIN-L mailing list - to which FLL administrative announcements will be distributed - visit https://listserv.jmu.edu/archives/vadcfll-admin-l.html and select "Join or leave the list".