Designing Learning Events 
A Framework 
Developed by Sharon Morris Colorado State Library 
Tell 
Presenter Role: Expert/Pr...
Developed by Sharon Morris Colorado State Library 
Designing Learning Events 
A Framework 
Experience 
Ex: Practice exerci...
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Presentation Framework for Designing Interactive Learning Events

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Presentation framework for engagement

  1. 1. Designing Learning Events A Framework Developed by Sharon Morris Colorado State Library Tell Presenter Role: Expert/Presenter Content conveyed through presentation; visual aids Audience Role: Listen, individual learning Share Presenter Role: Narrator/storyteller Content conveyed as stories, metaphor; show rather than tell. Audience Role: Listen, empathize, relate to own experiences. Inquire Presenter Role: Facilitator Content conveyed through Socratic method of questions, discussion, conversation, social learning Audience Role: Reflect, respond, discuss, share expertise. Experience Presenter Role: Coach Content including exercises, experiments, and activities Audience Role: explore, role play, experiment. Create Presenter Role: Producer/conductor Content is created by participants/workshop. Audience Role: creator
  2. 2. Developed by Sharon Morris Colorado State Library Designing Learning Events A Framework Experience Ex: Practice exercise with partner Inquire Ex: Partner or group discussion Share Ex: Presenter tells a relevant story Tell Ex: Sage on the Stage Create Ex: Make your own activity

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