Oral Research Report Feedback


     Katie

Class Avg

Introduction: 4.3
Method: 3.9
Results: 4.1
Delivery: 4.4
Accessible: 4.3
Visual aids: 4.3

Personal Avg

Introduction: 4.4
Method: 3.6
Results: 4
Delivery: 4.4
Accessible: 4.3
Visual aids: 4.6

     Katie

06/29/2018 -

I liked the way you tied the need into your research interests. Nice reminder of the definition of UDL. Visuals are clear and interesting to look at. Cary has said that you want to hit methodology at 3:00 and you did that! Nice initial pacing. You have a relaxed presentation style.

One suggestion is to try to not spend quite as much time on the methodology. Although it's important, it cuts into your time to get to the results. You are such a smart women, and there are times that you might be using language that is not as accessible to everyone.


06/29/2018 -

I liked the way...
your visuals were excellent - really reinforced the points you were trying to make
you explained the key purpose well
I liked hearing how you thought about their results and what implications they might have

One suggestion is...
still trying to move quickly from methods to implications - soooooo hard


06/29/2018 -

I liked the way...you got through the intro and started on method within the first minute and a half, while touching on the most important info justifying the need and purpose of the study. You also did a great job touching on the broad methodology and the specific data that were gathered.

One suggestion is...I wondered whether you thought the methods/design of the study adequately addressed the research questions, and how well the authors acknowledged and limited the potential pitfalls of observational research.


06/27/2018 -

I liked the way...
- beautiful presentation with thoughtful visuals
- focus on one research question that was most relevant
- good details of limitations related to access to technology
One suggestion is...
- include p values with stats... how significant was the difference between the two groups?


06/27/2018 -

I liked the way... you explained the need for the study and the potential of the tool as well as the limitations of the impact (tech issues from school to school). You uncovered an important aspect of the research.

One suggestion is... it is so hard to fit everything into these five minutes! I needed a little more about how the tool was introduced and what students were asked to do with it


06/27/2018 -

I liked the way you present, and highlighted the table. Overall, very nice.

What does this say about UDL? Can you make One suggestion to think about whether or not "e-notebooks" are better for efficacy? Or *this* e-notebook improves efficacy because it was designed a specific way.


06/25/2018 -

I liked the way...visual aids were very clear and helped focus your presentation.

One suggestion is... (and this is difficult) - I was confused about how the data (results) connected to your conclusions.


06/25/2018 -

I liked the way... showed the sample breakdown in describing the method and highlighted that this was relevant to your results.

One suggestion is... limit the number of words on your slides. Remember, if I'm reading then I'm not listening. Another suggestion is to look at all your audience members as you tend to focus one and not look at the others.


06/22/2018 -

I liked the way you organized and presented (very unique and pleasing layout). I also like how you interweaved your summary of what they did, along with your evaluation of what they did

One suggestion is to clarify what or where the UDL is in this study. It's the podcasts, right? What makes these podcasts UDL designed? What was the other "treatment" ? Without these considerations it's hard to see what was being compared, and hard to see how this study is about UDL.


06/22/2018 -

I liked the way...
- very clearly stated need at outset
- nice visual cues about purpose of each slide (I knew what I was supposed to learn from it)
- good identification of quasi-experimental design
One suggestion is...
- include some info about statistical test used