your eval sheet is good. You 've made 4 broad parameters under which you've put the specific parameters.
It's good to start off with.
However , if your objective is to help the presenter improve , then you have to provide feedback on the specifics.
For example - in your eval sheet- if you say she/he scores an 8 on professionalism , which specific sub-paramater was he/ she professional in- attire, conduct, time or closing?
I'm sure you know that in any presentation - as in any face to face interaction - the impact of visual messages is 55% , the impact of vocal ( sound) mesages is 385 & the verbal impact ( the words/ matter ) is only 7%. ( research by Dr. Albert Mehrabian, California Univ.)
To understand this better , read the following sentance:
' I DID NOT SAY HE BEATS HIS WIFE.'
You can have at least five diferent meanings based on which word you stress/ emphasize. ( try it out for fun.. emphasizing the word 'HIS' has the funniest meaning! :wink: )
This is an example of how vocal impact ( the sound ) can change the meaning & impact of a presentation.
There are other things to consider , which i will tell you later. Like the type of presentation - informative or selling; the presenter prpfile- student or profesional etc.
Meanwhile , I am attaching a sample of an evaluation sheet which I use regularly.
To end , a quote: ' THE MANNER MATTERS MORE THAN THE MATTER.'
thanx for comments.
as u suggetsed i normally practice giving feedbacks, where the student(s) get the opportunity to know where they went wrong and what did they do right.
ur doc will be very helpful in future and 55, 38 , 7 is a very famous communication mantra.
try searching on Dale's corne of teaching impact, its very useful, i believe ur familiar with it.
thanx again and have a great day.
I'm glad that you found it useful.
Yes, I've heard of Dale's Cone which is - despite being an old concept- very . very effective.
Good teachers , trainers & presenters use a mix of the Abstract, Iconic & the enactive based on what is taught/ presented.
It been a pleasure corresponding with you.
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