Ill take care of the voice stuff.
Students will present a recorded overview or summary of their proposal. Students will be expected to highlight the main points in your proposal: the social problem, program (intervention), research question, sample, sampling strategy, design, measures, study limitations, social work implications (clinical and policy)/future directions. Each presentation should last approximately 15 minutes.
You have two choices for the presentation. First, you can create a video of you making the presentation. You can approach the presentation however you feel would best highlight the proposal. For example, some past presentations included pictures or short videos. For this option, you should submit the video link (for the unlisted or private video in YouTube) to the drop box.
Second, you can also create a voice-over PowerPoint presentation. For this option you record your voice presenting the information while the viewer watches the slides. You then upload your PowerPoint file into the drop box.
There are numerous technology options available, I believe these two options are the most user-friendly. However, if you have another program (for example Camtasia) or or approach you would like to use, please ask.
Students will present their program evaluation proposal to the class and instructor during the last weeks of class, as outlined below:
|Scoring Criteria||Points Assigned|
|Exceptional understanding/explanation of research proposal and integration of course content; able to effectively articulate/present materials in clear and concise manner; presentation visually appealing/creative; excellent organization of time/flow of material||20|
|Very good understanding/explanation of research proposal and integration of course content; good presentation skills; presentation was organized; good organization of time/flow of material||16-19|
|Good to adequate understanding/explanation of research proposal and integration of course content; adequate presentation skills; presentation was disorganized/minimally organized; some organization issues with time/flow of material||10-15|
|Poor to minimal understanding/explanation of research proposal and integration of course content; poor/below average presentation skills; presentation was not organized; did not use time efficiently/flow of material was limited||1-9|
|Did not present research proposal/late||0|