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How to Create a Strong Digital Activism Training Agenda How to Create a Strong Digital Activism Training Agenda Presentation Transcript

  • Digital Activism Training of Trainers presented by
  • Creating a Strong Training Agenda source: sylvar (Flickr)
  • How they learn... 20% of what they hear 50% of what they see & hear 70% of what they write 90% of what they do source: Edgar Dale’s cone of experience (presentation, slides, workbook, HW)
  • 1) Variety 2) Interactivity 3) Content Specificity 4) Review 5) Breaks Elements of a Strong Training Agenda
  • 1) Variety How can we create variety in a training? Source: specialkrb (Flickr)
  • Visual Variety -Powerpoint (text, photos, diagrams) -easel -video
  • -multiple speakers (guest trainers) source: sylvar (Flickr) -one speaker (lecture) -participants speak Auditory Variety
  • Activity Variety -structured exercise -free exercise Source: cleverCl@i®ê (Flickr)
  • Participation Variety lead by trainer -lecture (1 active participant) -guided discussion/harvesting (all invited to participate but 1 is most active)
  • Participation Variety independent groups -partner (2 participants) -small groups (3-5 participants) -full group (all participate)
  • When should you use each? -lecture (1 active participant) -guided discussion/harvesting (all invited to participate but 1 is most active) -partner (2 participants) -small groups (3-5 participants) -full group (all participate)
  • 2) Interactivity
  • Interactivity = Increasing the number of active participants Source: www.aitc.mb.ca
  • 3) Content Specificity language culture technical expertise age interest/cause
  • Specify content for your audience
    • Past experience
    • Their causes
    • Language
  • 3 Audiences How would you change your presentation?
    • Lycee Descartes
    • Rural women’s group
    • Government ministry
  • 4) Review
  • Why do review activities? 20% of what they hear 50% of what they see & hear 70% of what they write 90% of what they do source: Edgar Dale’s cone of experience (presentation, slides, workbook, HW)
  • 5) Breaks
  • Participants need them! Source: nigelpepper (Flickr)
  • Breaks 1) “Coffee” break every 1.5 hours at least 15 minutes (20 is best) 2) Activity break every 30 minutes
  • Put the modules in a good order: 1) Simulation – 1 hour Full group activity with guided review 2) Digital Activism Strategy – 45 minutes Powerpoint presentation, small group exercise 3) Coffee Break – 20 minutes 4) Lunch Break – 1.5 hours 5) Mobile Strategy – 30 minutes Case study (Powerpoint images), diagrams on easel, full-group guided discussion 6) Blog Strategy – 30 minutes Powerpoint presentation, small group exercise 7) Video Strategy – 45 minutes Powerpoint presentation, small group activity, selection of short videos 8) Social Network Strategy – 45 minutes Guest speaker, case study, Powerpoint presentation, work sheet (partner exercise) 9) Introduction to Digital Activism – 30 minutes Videos, full-group guided discussion
  • Powerpoint Skills source: sylvar (Flickr)
  • Common Mistakes Describe the elements of this Powerpoint.
  • Common Mistakes How would you change them?
  • Finding Images Flickr.com with Creative Commons Attribution license or Google Images always give credit!
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  • Excellent Presentation How is this Powerpoint better?
  • Excellent Presentation only title text vivid & descriptive images blank or simple background arrows for screen locations
  • The state of the art in Powerpoint (something to aim for)
  • Example: Larry Lessig Source: Mother Jones Magazine A technology theorist and university professor famous from his Powerpoint presentations
  • How would you describe the style of his Powerpoint?
  • Simulation Your client has asked for a 3-hour training for university students on Facebook activism. 1) Create the training agenda . 2) Create a Powerpoint presentation for one of the modules (about 30 minutes long) 3) Present the module in front of the group. You have 1 hour.