Oral presentations are a great way for students to demonstrate their understanding and attainment of goals and objectives. They allow students to utilize a variety of skills in one activity. However, oral presentations can be challenging for teachers to assess. How do we select the best type of presentation to help our students meet their learning goals? How do we fairly assess students in multi-level classes? How do we keep all students engaged? In this workshop, we will focus on selecting the type of oral presentation that best assesses our students’ learning. We will then explore how teachers can fairly evaluate student presentations and look at ways we can increase engagement by incorporating students in the assessment process.