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Presentation about some of the things to consider when setting up slides for presentations using videoconferencing

Presentation about some of the things to consider when setting up slides for presentations using videoconferencing

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Teaching with Videoconferencing Teaching with Videoconferencing Presentation Transcript

  • Teaching with Videoconferencing Deirdre Bonnycastle Clinical Teaching Development Coordinator
  • Backgrounds on these slides have been arranged to illustrate how colours and textures enhance or detract from presentations through videoconferencing.
  • Two Questions 1. What do you hate about videoconferencing? 2. What do you like about videoconferencing?
  • Objectives Describe how you can improve attention and retention when videoconferencing.
  • A) Attention 1. Senses 2. Readability 3. 15 Minute Rule What is wrong with this slide? Write down your answer pass it to person on right.
  • Attention-Senses Colours
  • Attention - Senses Colours on Slides –Dark Background, Light Font –High Contrast –No Gradient, No Pattern Colours in Clothing –Pastels and dark solids –Avoid reds, whites, intense patterns
  • Attention Senses Sound – Jewelry, Papers, Movement, Classroom Noise Sight – Stance – Movement – Props
  • Attention - Senses Images • Placement –Left critical –Right decorative • Colours • Clutter vs. Size • Pixilation
  • Attention – Competing Senses Learn to Animate your slides! Never Read your slides!
  • Attention - Readability Font Size –Heading 44 - 54 –Body 36-40 Font Type –Arial, Arial Bold, Verdana, Calibri
  • Attention - Readability Margins –1 inch Placement –White Space –Clutter 6X6
  • Attention 1. Senses 2. Readability 3. 15 Minute Rule What is wrong with this slide?
  • Attention-15 minute rule Physical Engagement –Write, Pair, Share –Clickers –Team Task
  • Attention-15 minute rule Intellectual Engagement –Quizzes •Clickers •Team Clickers –Questions –Cases
  • Questions/Ideas
  • B) Retention 1. Short Term 2. Long Term 3. Emotional
  • Retention – Short Term Key Points –Max. six items/slide Teach Patterns –Mind mapping, illness scripts –Demonstrate your thinking Relevance
  • Retention – Short Term Key Points –Max. six items/slide Teach Patterns –Mind mapping, illness scripts –Demonstrate your thinking Relevance
  • Retention – Long Term Repetition, Repetition –Quizzes, flashcards, questions –Cases
  • Retention – Long Term Patterns –Built A onto B
  • Retention - Emotional Emotional Memory –Images
  • Retention - Emotional Emotional Memory –Images –Cartoons –Cases © Regina Holliday
  • Take this further http://medicaleducation.wetpaint. com/page/Videoconferencing+as+ a+Teaching+Tool Thank You