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Positions and Practice – Peer Review

Updated: Sep 2, 2019

This week gave use the opportunity to talk through our proposed oral presentations with 2 of our peers.  I was fortunate enough to work with Philip and Kevin again.


It really helped being able to discuss the direction of my work and my reasoning behind this.  The conversation afterwards with the others was very helpful in clarifying my thoughts as to the direction of my oral presentation.

We discussed at length the learning objectives we need to cover in the presentation and clarified to each other where we thought we had each met these.  This was really useful in each of us making sure that we had considered each aspect of the presentation.  Just need to draft out the final version now.

I just hope I was as helpful to Philip and Kevin as they were to me.


#October2016

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