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Sizzle & Substance: Creating Brain Friendly Presentations

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Most presentations are boring. Audiences of the past were satisfied with boring, dull presentations. Today's audiences are demanding and sophisticated. They want presentations with relevant, ...

Most presentations are boring. Audiences of the past were satisfied with boring, dull presentations. Today's audiences are demanding and sophisticated. They want presentations with relevant, cutting-edge, customized information, active engagement and they want to be entertained. T

When information is presented in brain-friendly ways, attendees transition to participants, increase their retention and spread contagious enthusiasm. Designing a presentation that aligns with how the brain naturally learns ensures success.

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Sizzle & Substance: Creating Brain Friendly Presentations Sizzle & Substance: Creating Brain Friendly Presentations Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Four brain – friendly strategies for effective presentations.
  • 2. Discuss steps to identify critical content to cover.
  • 3. Summarize shift from speaker- centric to learner- centric presentations.
  • Presenting… Not A Piece Of Cake
  • Teaches skills in critical thinking problem solving collaboration decision making evaluation analysis
  • an active process that takes place in the working memory as the learner abstracts meaning and connects with existing knowledge in long-term memory
  • an active process that takes place in the working memory as the learner abstracts meaning and connects with existing knowledge in long-term memory
  • must be given time for making meaning & connecting new info with knowledge in long-term memory
  • We can’t pour info into Attendees’ brains
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #1 Attendees must be given time for meaning-making & connecting new info to past knowledge
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #1 That requires peer discussion & reflection
  • Talking Head
  • Talking Head Passive Listener
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #2 The brain does not pay attention to boring things
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #2 Requires storytelling novelty, unusual images
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #1 Attendees must be given time for meaning-making & connecting new info to past knowledge
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #2 The brain does not pay attention to boring things
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #3 Visuals trump senses in retention & learning
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #1 Attendees must be given time for meaning-making & connecting new info to past knowledge
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #2 The brain does not pay attention to boring things
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #3 Visuals trump senses in retention & learning
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #4 Content should be chunked in 10 minute segments
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #4 Anchor 10 min segments with Stories Relevancy Problems content solves
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #1 Attendees must be given time for meaning-making & connecting new info to past knowledge
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #2 The brain does not pay attention to boring things
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #3 Visuals trump senses in retention & learning
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #4 Content should be chunked in 10 minute segments
  • Brain Friendly Strategy #3 Visuals trump senses in retention & learning
  • Adjust to frequency of your audience
  • Tune your message to your audience
  • Attendees will say, “That session with me!”
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