Form for Evaluating the Evaluator

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I have been asked to study your evaluation today and to give you my description of your performance as (circle):

Speech Evaluator Master Evaluator

Evaluator ___________________________________   Date _______________________

Prepared by _________________________________

In my opinion the following phrases best describe your performance as an evaluator:

You included dialogue with the speaker. Yes   No   Sometimes
You provided an accurate description of the action
on which to base your suggestions.
Yes   No   Sometimes
You primarily discussed points related to the
educational objectives.
Yes   No   Sometimes
You showed evidence of careful analysis and
included all the educational objectives.
Yes   No   Sometimes
Your negative comments concluded with suggestions
for improvement.
Yes   No   Sometimes
You reinforced effective speaking habits with praise. Yes   No   Sometimes
Your evaluation was well phrased and to the point. Yes   No   Sometimes
You described all the serious errors. Yes   No   Sometimes
You showed how to improve and gave helpful
suggestions on weak points.
Yes   No   Sometimes
There was agreement on what action was to be
taken in order to improve.
Yes   No   Sometimes
You stated your thoughts in an organized manner
similar to a mini-speech.
Yes   No   Sometimes
The Master Evaluator gave helpful general comments
for the individual evaluators.
Yes   No   Sometimes
The Master Evaluator avoided repeating the
comments of the individual evaluators.
Yes   No   Sometimes
The Master Evaluator's timing was excellent. Yes   No   Sometimes
The Master Evaluator held the individual
evaluators to time.
Yes   No   Sometimes
The Master Evaluator's summary was brief and
included all the important ideas of the meeting.
Yes   No   Sometimes

Remember that these are personal impressions intended to help describe your total performance as an evaluator.


In future evaluations, I suggest that you  
Involve the speaker in a dialogue concerning the major educational
objectives of the presentation.
Yes  
Limit the use of value judgments, e.g. the terms "good" or "bad," and
simply describe your suggestions for improvement or describe points
to reinforce an effective presentation.
Yes
Discuss the educational objectives and only the most significant points
you wish to reinforce.
Yes



Composed with care by Peter Bunce, DTM, ATM-S
Updated: Monday, April 13, 2009



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