Provide students face-to-face feedback on their presentation to help them improve their public speaking skills.

Provide students face-to-face feedback on their presentation to help them improve their public speaking skills.
5 (1 vote)

Action:

  • Meet with students one-on-one after a presentation to provide your feedback.
  • Ask them what they think went well and didn’t go well.
  • Provide students concrete examples of things what they should continue doing and what needs to change.
  • Ensure that students make notes to record your feedback and help students prioritize the most important changes to focus on for future presentations.

Reason:

  • Students may be able to identify things to improve without help, but your feedback can help identify unexpected challenges and help the student prioritize what needs to change.