Group: Team A
3 Learning Team
Name(s): Jody Marvin, Fabi Michel, Rhiannon Armstrong, Stephen Lorenz
-Presentation content clearly follows the
written paper upon which it is based:
-Topic is relevant and addresses
assignment specifications: How the
visual system resolves ambiguities,
analyze the role of perception in
cognitive psychology, discuss the
importance of visual perception in
-Content presented is comprehensive,
accurate, and believable
-Key points are noted
-Topic is researched adequately
Team A, This presentation started with a nice definition
and discussion of visual ambiguity.
I would have liked to see a more comprehensive
discussion of the ecological approach; bottom up/top
down processing etc. Just looking for a bit more
content related to how the visual system resolves
ambiguities. Otherwise, I thought that you had nice
discussions of the importance of visual ambiguity,
attention, perception, and cognition.
Points earned: 1.4
-Presentation is well-organized, clear, and
-It is integrated rather than being a disjointed series of
Introduction didn’t make it clear to me what the
presentation was going to be about. Conclusion-good in
Otherwise, nice job integrating everything. It flowed well.
Looked good. Clear, nice structure.
-There is an introduction to explain the
purpose of the presentation
Use of Presenter Notes-1 possible
Presenter notes are informative and expand on
the slides within the presentation.
Points Earned: 1
Overall, good job with content on your presenter notes.
The presenter notes is where we put most of the content in
an online presentation-good job.
Adherence to slide limit-0.5 possible
Points Earned: 0.5
-The presenter(s) used between 8-12 slides
10slides made up the “meat’ of the presentation. Good
Comments / Grade
Total Possible: 7
Total Earned: 6.4/7 Points.
LTA-see comments in this presentation. Nice job overall!