This paper suggests an instrument for measuring students’ self perceptions of improvement in public speaking skills, i.e., a skill survey, and a method to inform and improve instruction by looking at results from that survey in combination with instructor evaluation forms for persuasive speeches, quiz scores, and an information literacy measure. Data were collected from students enrolled in a public speaking course at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Background on the survey development and the method is provided along with results and discussion.
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Blomstrom, Sally A.
"Identifying Teaching Effectiveness: Using Student Skill Surveys, Speech Evaluations, and Quiz Scores to Inform Instruction,"
Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal: Vol. 37
, Article 8.
Available at: https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/ctamj/vol37/iss1/8