How to Present

If you have the time over the break, check out Scott Elias’ slidecast below. This should be a prerequisite to every preservice teacher before they take their first job so they don’t do as I did and repeat the presentation mistakes of the teachers I had.

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2 thoughts on “How to Present

  1. This is right on target with a presentation I’m preparing this week. I’m going to make sure to save this for teachers I will be working with in a few weeks. It’s also a good mental checklist for my presentation. Thanks for taking the time to share this.

  2. Ann,

    Thanks a lot for picking this up here. It’s so simple, and that makes perfect sense. A lot what we have been guilty of in the past is due, I feel, to the need to “cover” material as prescribed by the curriculum, which leads to the “spray and scatter” method of presenting. The big problem, as we all can see, is determining what sticks when you do that.

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