Evaluating and assessing student oral presentations: a limited but effective role for employers in the geography curriculum
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AbstractEmployers were involved in assessing students’ presentations, giving feedback and in the development of staff skills for providing feedback. The curriculum context to the oral presentations is described and the problems and benefits of employer involvement are considered. It is argued that it is possible to develop an effective small‐scale approach to employer involvement as an alternative to major schemes.
CitationChurch A, Bull P (1995) 'Evaluating and assessing student oral presentations: a limited but effective role for employers in the geography curriculum', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 19 (2), pp.196-202.