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Transcript: What Makes a Quality Presentation Elizabeth Ogburn Role Understanding the Role of Your Presentation Goals Communicate main objectives of your presentation Create purposeful visuals Provide opportunities for movement The Goal of Your Presentation is... Relying on presentations for memory Over complicating messaging with outside facts or points Expecting your presentation to communicate passion Not the Goal What it isn't Visuals How to Engage Audience Visually Curb Appeal Simplicity Do not busy your presentation with too much color, wording, images, or design Keep text short Utilize familiar fonts and formats Keep It Simple Keep content short and purposeful Utilize message to further important thesis statements to your story Ensure your word choice is purposeful and simplistic Messaging Content Wording Narrative How to Tell Your Story Well Narrative The Power of Three Introduce three main points Add leading introduction and conclusions to your three points Think about the arch of your narrative and movement The Power of Three Not all presentations have stories, but they should move with a beginning, middle and end Story Telling Story Telling Speak confidently Make eye contact with the audience, not the slides Utilize body language and movement Speak with Passion Speak with Passion Engage Connecting with Your Audience Engaging Pathos Visuals Visuals can create opportunities to connect abstract ideas to people, memories, and universal ideas Visuals can help maintain attention Visuals Presentations can be an opportunity to communicate your unique style a visual narrative something special about how you view your speaking points Personality Personality Get creative! Create an Opportunity to Communicate Effectively Be Empowered Be Empowered presentmicr Change presentations for the specific audience Change slides and visuals according to your time frame Read your audience's engagement and edit accordingly Adapt Adapt Learn from other's presentations Provide feedback to your peers Listen to the feedback of others Continue to learn from your experiences Share What You've Learned Teach Others Attachment includes resources to learn more Think of this as a tool, not all jobs require the same tool This is only one of many ways to communicate effectively Going Forward Going Forward If you have any questions, feel free to visit after the session at 3:30 in room 404 Thank you for your time! Thank You!

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Transcript: XiGuDeMa Education for Everyone SCHOOL TIME MAIN STUFF Goals of education LIST OF GOALS Critical thinking and problem-solving skills 1 2 5 4 3 Interdisciplinary and cross-cultural perspectives Lifelong learning Creativity and innovation Personal and social responsibility Students' education How are students learning? #0 Psychological health -> motivation and interest #1 Cozy and functional building, no hometask #2 Up to 5th grade: teacher support + reflection on educational process (social constructivism) #3 Fifth grade and further: social constructivism + group project per half an year + SRL + teacher support Structure of the education HIGH SCHOOL (14-18 years old) MIDDLE SCHOOL (10-14 years old) FIRST STEPS (6-10 years old) Typical School Day Lesson 1 BREAK Start of school 9:00 9:00-9:40 Morning Break 9:40-9:55 Lesson 2 9:55-10:35 Lunch 10:35-11:15 Lesson 3 11:15-11:55 Lesson 4 Break 11:55-12:10 12:10-12:50 School workers School organization & cooperation Class level Schools level School level 2 teachers in a class 1 psychologist class activity every month feebback system + reflexion on learning (once a month) Community of practices for teachers SRL sessions (one in 3 moths) Teachers Support Department Parents Support Department Cooperation with universities Cooperation with companies Global schools meting annually Teachers trainning Not mandatory but encouraged Trainning programs in batches and back up staff Workers at school Community of practice What about the rest? More than one counsellor Discussion spaces for different departments Different levels of expertise interacting Transparent mobility EXPERTS' OPINION EXPERTS OPINION Teacher Expert Teacher No class placement based on grades Inclusive education including students with disabilities Small class sizes with psychological counsellors Principal Principal Teachers choices are embedded in a community of pedagogical practice. Teachers get higher positions, not to better schools. Students choose, schools provide equal opportunities. Curricula tailored to its context. Economy Minister Economy Expert A high quality education for all students Take care of: Teacher Salaries Revenue Employee Benefits References References Lave, J., & Wenger, E. (1991). Situated learning: Legitimate peripheral participation. Cambridge university press. Brandt, R. (1992). On research on teaching: A conversation with Lee Shulman. Educational Leadership, 49(7), 14-19. Jones, N. D., & Schneider, B. (2012). Social stratification and educational opportunity. In Handbook of education policy research (pp. 889-900). Routledge. Sahlberg, P. (2007). Education policies for raising student learning: The Finnish approach. Journal of education policy, 22(2), 147-171. Barrington, K. (2022). How much does it cost to educate a child? Aithal, Sreeramana. (2021). IDEAL EDUCATION SYSTEM & ITS REALIZATION OPPORTUNITY. 10.5281/zenodo.4699130 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD)

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Transcript: POWERPOINT ALTERNATIVE - PREZI MY PRESENTATION - Lakeesya Jones Assignment Answers Assignment Answers I enjoyed using this and it is very similar to PowerPoint but much more advanced. The VCN ExecuVision, was developed in 1982, and was the first software to display a presentation on a personal computer. PowerPoint, which was introduced to the Macintosh computer in 1987, is what we know to be the most popular since its inclusion in the Microsoft package for businesses, teachers, etc. But as with all things technology related, something more advanced will come along. PowerPoint has been around and will still be around for years to come due to its basic fundamentals. Prezi is a presentation tool that I like for what it has to offer. It's effective and easy to navigate. You get the simplicity of PowerPoint while having the ability to modernize your presentation. Using the free basic account as a student, I created this presentation. Below are the assignment answers: • Prezi (name of tool) • (website) • Cloud storage and can be downloaded for offline use • Offers free trials • Customer support available Origin and Usage Origin & Usage Prezi was founded in 2009, with office locations in Budapest, San Francisco, and Riga. The word Prezi is the short form for the word "presentations" in Hungarian. As of April 2018, Prezi had more than 100 million users. The traffic from those users spawned more than 325 million public presentations and those creations have been viewed over 3.5 billion times. Features Features Prezi is popular for its nonlinear presentations. You can pan and zoom from one page to the next without actually moving to a new slide. Some features are: • View and edit your presentations from any device • Store all your presentations in the cloud • Share and collaborate with others • Download for offline use • Use advanced image editing tools • Manage privacy • Plans start at $4.92 a month • Pros: Create nonlinear presentations with ease • Cons: Not fully customizable; can only create non-linear presentations; can actually cause motion sickness in some viewers FUN FACTS Fun Facts There are many levels to Prezi presentations and lots of features you can use. Click the Subtopics on the left to explore some basics that I implemented. Reviews Subtopic 1 Harvard researchers are quoted in the Huffington Post as saying “they find Prezi more engaging, persuasive and effective than PowerPoint”. Fun Fact 1: Text I love how you can go in depth within a slide. And find that there are layers within the subtopic slides! (Click bottom left to continue to add more subtopics.) Fun Fact 2: Add As Many Images As You Like Pictures More Subtopic 2 You can add charts and timelines as you see on the right. And, of course, music to the entire presentation. Continue to play and have fun! Chart Chart Timeline Timeline YEAR

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