Should we critique or comment on other people’s lesson ideas? | missdcox

With Twitter and online teacher groups people share their lesson ideas all the time. For some it is a life saver, especially if you’re teaching out of your subject area. At events such as TeachMeets, people share their idea or lesson resource and the audience politely clap. 

However at which point should you stop and make a comment if something is wrong or if you don’t agree with it? Or do we just leave it, either because of British ‘manners’ that dictate you  shouldn’t mention anything or you feel it might upset the person sharing?

Does it make a difference if it’s a typo or a SPAG error…

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