The following collection of resources have developed as supplements to our programs and workshops on learning and teaching for faculty.
Many thanks to the generosity of colleagues who have allowed us to post their materials for the use of all!
Materials from Faculty Panel on Preparing Students for an Oral Defense, Fall 2013
Materials from Faculty Panel on Teaching Oral Presentations, Fall 2013
From Chris Buchholz. Final presentation used in INQ 120. Longer, multiple sources of content, questions at end
From Gary Hollis. Example evaluation form used in INQ 250. Gary has students generate the criteria (with his guidance). Essentially, they talk about characteristics of good and bad presentations. Gary normally decides how much each item "counts" in the grading himself.
From Gary Hollis. Example evaluation form used in CHEM 221. Like the one above, but a bit more technical and including a group presentation component.
From Monica Vilhauer. Used in INQ 120. How to give an effective oral presentation. Includes lots of advice/requirements for presenter, guidance for audience and her peer feedback form (asks students to pick out "one good thing" and "one thing to work on" from each presentation they listen to)
Materials from Julie Lyon, Fall 2013
Materials from Rachel Collins, Fall 2013
Top Ten List on Running a Research Group that ultimately prepares students for a professional presentation (read it 10 to 1, like Letterman does!)
Materials from Deb Selby, Spring 2013
PowerPoint Slides from Paul Hanstedt, August 2012, Critical Thinking & Writing aka Writing Pedagogy Bootcamp
Materials from August 2012 INQ 300 Course Design Workshop
Materials from Bob Schultz, Thesis-Driven Writing, Sept 27, 2012