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  1. 1. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Venus has a beautiful name Venus 01 Mars is actually a cold place Mars 03 Neptune is the eighth planet Neptune 02 No Yes Jupiter is the biggest planet Saturn has several rings Mercury is the smallest planet Earth is where we live on
  2. 2. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Venus has a beautiful name Venus 01 Mars is a very cold place Mars 02 A Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter D Earth is where we live on Earth C Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury B Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No A B
  3. 3. Gradient Flowchart Infographics No Yes No Yes 01 Saturn is the sixth planet Saturn 02 Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Neptune is very far away Neptune Mars is actually a cold place Mars 03 Venus has a beautiful name Venus Earth is the third planet Earth 04 Pluto is an icy dwarf planet Pluto The Sun is a huge star Sun
  4. 4. Ceres is in the asteroid belt Gradient Flowchart Infographics Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mars is actually a cold place Mars Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune Yes No Earth is the third planet Mercury is the smallest planet Saturn has several rings Pluto is an icy dwarf planet Yes No Yes No
  5. 5. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Mars is actually a cold place 159,563 Venus has a beautiful name 259,785 Saturn has many rings 156,254 Earth is the third planet 364,789 Mercury is the smallest planet in the Solar System Mercury
  6. 6. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Jupiter Venus has a beautiful name Venus Venus Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Mercury Mars is actually a cold place Mars Mars Earth is the third planet Earth
  7. 7. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter 4 Mars is actually a cold place Mars 5 Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury 3 Earth is the third planet Earth Venus has a beautiful name Venus 1 2 Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune
  8. 8. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Mars is actually a cold place Mars Venus has a beautiful name Venus Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune
  9. 9. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mars is actually a cold place Mars It’s an icy dwarf planet Pluto Venus has a beautiful name Venus Earth is the third planet Earth
  10. 10. Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mars is actually a cold place Mars Gradient Flowchart Infographics Venus has a beautiful name Venus Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Earth is the third planet Earth
  11. 11. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Venus has a beautiful name Venus Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mars is actually a cold place Mars Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune Earth is the third planet Earth
  12. 12. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mars is actually a cold place Mars Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Venus has a beautiful name Pluto is an icy dwarf planet Neptune is the farthest planet Earth is the third planet
  13. 13. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Earth is the third planet Earth 01 Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter 02 Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury 03 Mars is actually a cold place Mars 04 Pluto is an icy dwarf planet Pluto Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune Venus has a beautiful name Venus
  14. 14. Gradient Flowchart Infographics It’s composed of helium Saturn Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Neptune is very far away Neptune No No Yes Mars is actually a cold place Mars Yes Venus has a beautiful name Venus Earth is the third planet Pluto is an icy dwarf planet
  15. 15. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Pluto is an icy dwarf planet Pluto Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune Earth is the third planet Earth Venus has a beautiful name Venus Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter 1 Mars is actually a cold place Mars 3 Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury 2
  16. 16. Gradient Flowchart Infographics It’s composed of helium Saturn Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mars is actually a cold place Mars Yes Neptune is very far away Neptune Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury No
  17. 17. Mars is actually a cold place Mars Venus has a beautiful name Venus Earth is the third planet Earth Pluto is an icy dwarf planet Pluto Gradient Flowchart Infographics Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter 01 It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn 02
  18. 18. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Pluto is an icy dwarf planet Pluto Neptune is very far away Neptune Mars is actually a cold place Mars Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Venus has a beautiful name Venus
  19. 19. Gradient Flowchart Infographics It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Mars is actually a cold place Mars Neptune is very far away Neptune Venus has a beautiful name Venus Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter
  20. 20. Gradient Flowchart Infographics It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Mars is actually a cold place Mars Yes No Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Neptune is very far away Neptune 01 Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury 02
  21. 21. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Neptune is very far away Neptune Venus It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter
  22. 22. Gradient Flowchart Infographics No No No Yes Yes Yes Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Venus has a beautiful name Venus It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn 01 Neptune is very far away Neptune 02
  23. 23. Gradient Flowchart Infographics It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Neptune is very far away Neptune Yes No Yes Yes No No Mars is actually a cold place Mars Venus has a beautiful name Venus Earth is the third planet Earth
  24. 24. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mars is actually a cold place Mars Neptune is very far away Neptune Venus has a beautiful name Venus It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Earth is the third planet Earth
  25. 25. Gradient Flowchart Infographics Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter 01 It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn 02 Mars is actually a cold place Mars 03 Venus has a beautiful name Venus 04 Neptune is very far away Neptune Yes No Yes No
  26. 26. Gradient Flowchart Infographics It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Mars is actually a cold place Mars Venus has a beautiful name Venus Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter
  27. 27. Gradient Flowchart Infographics It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mars is a cold place Mars Venus has a beautiful name Venus Neptune is very far away Neptune Earth
  28. 28. Gradient Flowchart Infographics It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Mars is actually a cold place Mars Neptune is very far away Neptune Venus has a beautiful name Venus Earth is the third planet Earth Yes No Yes No
  29. 29. The main process needed to understand tasks Process level How well tasks are understood Task level Personal evaluations Self-level Self-monitoring and regulating Self-regulation level Each feedback question works at four levels Feedback Levels Task level: This type of feedback is called corrective feedback and is most common Process level: Self-regulation level: Self-level:
  30. 30. It’s a gas giant and has rings Saturn Jupiter is the biggest planet Jupiter Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Neptune is very far away Neptune Venus has a beautiful name Venus
  31. 31. Where to next Feed Forward 3 Answers three questions Effective feedback Where am I going Feed Up 1 2 How am I going Feed Back Effective Feedback • Feed Up*: A critical aspect of feedback. It includes information provided about the tasks accomplished vis a vis the task or performance target level • Feed Back: Answering this question involves providing information relative to a goal, with respect to an agreed upon standard • Feed Forward: The last two steps result in providing more information, more tasks, and more expectation setting. They determine the next set of tasks to be performed and course of action to be taken The main process needed to understand tasks Process level How well tasks are understood Task level Personal evaluations Self-level Self-monitoring and regulating Self-regulation level Each feedback question works at four levels * Sourced from: http://www.columbi a.edu/~mvp19/ETF /Feedback.pdf(pg 7)
  32. 32. Individuals are always aware of the progress made as compared the end goal.Timely course correction also follows as a result of good feedback Keeps everyone on the right track By promoting honesty and trust, it creates a more open environment. Individuals work collectively towards targets Enables building of better equations and relations Feedback helps to avoid major mistakes A good feedback system removes the fear of being judged regularly and rather inspires individuals to keep improving and contributing to the successful execution of tasks Motivation of individuals Feedback creates a clear and honest communication flow and minimizes miscommunication induced errors Feedback enables self-reflection, focused thought and fine-tuned strategies. People as well as organizations tend to grow. Personal and professional growth Importance of Feedback *Source:https ://www.actitim e.com/project - management/ importance- of-feedback
  33. 33. References: https://www.actitime.com/project-management/importance-of-feedback http://www.columbia.edu/~mvp19/ETF/Feedback.pdf https://slidesgo.com/
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  36. 36. Infographics You can add and edit some infographics to your presentation to show your data in a visual way. ● Choose your favourite infographic and insert it in your presentation using Ctrl C + Ctrl V or Cmd C + Cmd V in Mac. ● Select one of the parts and ungroup it by right-clicking and choosing “Ungroup”. ● Change the color by clicking on the paint bucket. ● Then resize the element by clicking and dragging one of the square-shaped points of its bounding box (the cursor should look like a double-headed arrow). Remember to hold Shift while dragging to keep the proportions. ● Group the elements again by selecting them, right-clicking and choosing “Group”. ● Repeat the steps above with the other parts and when you’re done editing, copy the end result and paste it into your presentation. ● Remember to choose the “Keep source formatting” option so that it keeps the design. For more info, please visit Slidesgo School.

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