Vanessa!! I loved your talk so much, and it was definitely on that kept me engaged the entire time. Now I finally have a case against my mom when she gets mad at me for daydreaming too much lolll. I think all the different aspects of connecting with yo…
Kendra!! Your tone of voice and enthusiasm about your topic kept me totally engaged the entire time! I love how your introduction and wrapping up were similar and created a sort of full-circle affect. I also love how you ended the video leaving your au…
Maeve!! I’m really glad you did your talk on this topic, as it’s something that is so glorified in media today like you mentioned. I also like how you were able to keep your talk short and precise while still getting your point across! One thing that I think would be interesting for you to inquire about is: if those patients who had their brains divided into their separate two halves were working on a physical task where the had to alternate in doing something with either side/holding something with either hand, would this cause some kind of confusion in the patient’s mind as to what is happening?
Hira!! I love the topic of your talk; your speech was super clear and I could understand everything. In terms of presentation, it was awesome, though I think for next time, more eye contact as well as a bit more variation in your tone of voice would make this talk even more effective! Also, when you were in the middle of a sentence and the video cut to a new clip, it was a bit distracting. One question I have is if most creativity nowadays is based off of transforming other ideas/being inspired by the ideas around us, how do you think people were able to think so creatively/abstractly when the world was just forming for humans? Do think that in that case those people would have to be “more creative,” or do you think that perhaps even they were transforming the ideas around them into something new?
Alicia I love this so much I’m so excited oh my gosh (you’re gonna be great)
This was an awesome way of presenting your midterm (wink wink)! I really loved the flow of all your points, and graphics the whole way through were really effective. Nice job !!
Hey Olivia! Thanks for the feedback, I made an edit that I hope will make what I was trying to say easier to understand!
It’s pretty inspiring hearing about Diana’s lovely, yet tragic story. I’m interested to hear about what kind of personal connections you feel you might have with her, and how you think they could help you during the course of your eminent study?
This was a really touching start to what seems will be an awesome study man. Do you perhaps have any goals on what you’d want to learn through this in dept study, whether it be being able to find a deeper connection between yourself and Evans, or to know exactly why his music in particular had such a huge influence on jazz music, or anything else?
Haha, thank you Olivia!