Evaluation Results of My Presentation during ATA’s 52nd. Conference in Boston.
March 10, 2012 § Leave a comment
A few days ago I received the evaluations by those of you who attended my presentation on Translating Extradition Requests between Mexico and the U.S. during ATA’s Annual Conference last October in Boston.
I want to thank you for your attendance and participation, and I want to express my gratitude for taking the time to provide this feedback so constructive and necessary to all of us who have a passion for teaching. I appreciate all of your kind comments, and I have decided to share them with you in this blog:
S-2. Tony A. Rosado. Translating Extradition Requests between Mexico and the U.S.
Was this session’s content useful?
Did the speaker(s) present the material effectively?
Did the speaker(s) demonstrate knowledge of the subject?
Would you attend another session from this speaker?
Would you recommend this session to a colleague?
No Answer: 4
Overall, this session was:
No Answer: 2
Tony was Excellent! His Spanish in so crisp and clear and beautiful and he is
so knowledgeable.; Too much time spent on history and not enough on practical
vocabulary.; Had inexact in his historical facts need more MD; Extremely informative,
excellent; Needed more time; Wonderful!; I would sign up for a workshop on this
subject!; Fantastic! very useful.; The best presentation!; Very knowledge.; Maybe
he should not dwell so much on history & focus on the examples of good/bad transnationals,
which he had to end of the presentation.; Super informative and fun!; Not only
factual but very entertaining great for court interpretation.; Clear, diver,
very interesting!; Very entertaining would love more sessions in the future comparity
law in Mass US.; Very Good; Great speaker with tons of info. Wish he had more
time!; Excellent from all points of view.; Loved the topic, very interesting,
funny, opened my eyes about the problems.
Thank you all for your answers. I hope to see you soon at another workshop.