One of the things I value most in life is education, be it in the classroom, in the home, in the studio or in the wild. As a teacher, it is my goal to empower students to become socially conscious, well-rounded, lifelong learners who remain curios about the world around them. I believe that teaching is the most radical thing I can do to change the world for the better. I have previously worked as a doula, designed websites, spent time as an administrator at an art gallery, written online content for various organisations and photographed births, lookbooks and weddings.
I really like this idea! Useful feedback is something that you have to explicitly each both in terms of being able to give it and receive/use it, I think. We use a method of peer assessment/feedback called Rosebud Feedback https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/13uCydCNEPsY-YiuDTj6FH0f3Shbqh4kZvhB8vIOFBfU/edit?usp=sharing that I started with the kids at the start of the year to encourage them to give feedback that was really purposeful rather than just "I love how you've finished your story!". Like in your model, this gives students a reason for giving feedback as formative assessment so then they're able to see why it needs to be given in such a specific way to work.