Oral Research Report Feedback


     William

Class Avg

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

Personal Avg

Introduction: 3.8
Method: 4
Results: 4
Delivery: 4.2
Accessible: 4.2
Visual aids: 3.9

     William

06/29/2018 -

I liked the way... you showed the results / figures and directed our attention to specific areas. Excellent!

One suggestion is... clearly state the RQ's (e.g., feasibility?) and keep working on managing time.


06/29/2018 -

I liked the way...
.love the introductory "hook" question!
.nice overview of the study
.good description of what F-score is measuring
.good avoidance of technical terminology for an audience member on the low end of the spectrum

One suggestion is...
.reserving more time to share your limitation concerns and implications would let you more fully explore these topics
.setting up the problem, what about video recording student teachers is so time-consuming? this would help frame why this work is so important


06/27/2018 -

I liked the way... You clearly have passion and interest for your topic. There was a excitement and engagement with your topic. The way you related the data and findings back to the intent of the study was clear and showed the relevance of the research to data collected

One suggestion is... visual aids detracted from my ability to follow what you were saying. Consider less text per slide, I found myself reading to understand when I wanted to be listening. Jargon was used that was not defined.


06/27/2018 -

I liked the way...described complex data very succinctly, highlighting the most important features we needed to know to evaluate the study. I also appreciated your enthusiasm and command of the content.

One suggestion is...to think carefully about the time allocated to results vs. conclusions/limitations/implications. I wanted to know a bit more about the limitations and how strongly you felt they could make claims.


06/27/2018 -

I liked the way...you did a good job with having a high and low presentation strategy. There was something for everyone in this presentation regardless of background knowledge level.

One suggestion is... project your voice more. (You might just have been trying to be polite - given the room we are in...).


06/25/2018 -

I liked the way...you very clearly explained the need for the study, the objectives/scope of the study, and the design.

One suggestion is...to leave a bit more time for conclusions, limitations, and implications, particularly your evaluation of the implications in light of the study's limitations. What was your assessments of the importance and impact of the study in terms of the broader literature?


06/25/2018 -

I liked the way... you expressed your interest and enthusiasm for this research. You made me feel very compelled by the potential of this study. the visual at the end was excellent - really drove home the implications of this study.

One suggestion is... to practice your pacing a bit more to make sure you have time to talk about limitations as well as implications.


06/25/2018 -

I liked the way... you expressed your interest and enthusiasm for this research. You made me feel very compelled by the potential of this study. the visual at the end was excellent - really drove home the implications of this study.

One suggestion is... to practice your pacing a bit more to make sure you have time to talk about limitations as well as implications.


06/22/2018 -

I liked the way... you connected how this tracking technology could help teachers learn things about their students that would be hard to do in a quantitative way. I could see the importance of developing this technology. I also thought you were very clear about what was well-considered in the study and what was not taken into account.

One suggestion is... to screenshot the images from the study and put in some kind of slide deck so that you can easily transition to focus on different parts of your summary and analysis.


06/22/2018 -

I liked the way... you engaged your audience with eye contact and intonation in your voice; it is very compelling.

One suggestion is... spend more time on your introduction, first introducing a broad area of interest and/or problem and then moving to the specific problem under investigation. Also, it is distracting to the audience to scroll through the study from one visual to the next. I don't mind not using PPT slides, but you could use screen shots of the article to show the visuals so you can avoid scrolling.