As a team we decided it would be good to share the clip with our learners and teach them explicitly about giving specific feedback. We showed our learners the clip and then divided the learners into groups of between 15/18.
The task we set our learners was to view and recreate the logo of a superhero. I showed my group the Batman logo and gave them 5 minutes to draw it, after they had completed their first draft (not a first giraffe as I had to explain) They then had 3 minutes each to share some specific feedback on how they could improve their drawing, after which they had 5 minutes to create a second draft.
I loved how they all took to the task and was super impressed with the level of feedback they were giving each other in such a short space of time - I was particularly impressed by the learners who can be hard to engage. The difference between their first and second drawing was huge, surpassing my expectations on all counts.
As a team we have decided to spend three learning blocks on this task with the ultimate aim of having them use their feedback skills on all areas of their learning.
I will be interested to see what they produce on their 6th draft and if they can/do actually use their feedback skills in other areas of their learning.