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Presentation Design:  Before and After     Marie Coleman
BYOD       Photo credit to zzpza on Flickr
Learning                                                                 GoalsPhoto credit to NASA’s Marshall Space Flight...
goo.gl/lVXkE
Photo credit to Samael Kreutz on Flickr
The Premise              Photo credit to –sel on Flickr
Brain Rule #4 –We don’t pay attention to boring things!                                 Photo credit to Dr. Pat on Flickr
Brain Rule #9 - Stimulate more of the –                        Brain Rule #9                senses. Stimulate more        ...
Photo credit to ~Dezz~ on FlickrBrain Rule #10 –Vision trumps all senses.
What’s YourIdea?         Photo credit to orkboi on Flickr
KamishibaiExerpt taken from Kamishibai from YouTube
PechaKucha
Presentation  & Design
ContextMatters
SIMPLE   Not    Simplistic
Visual Makeover - before• When thinking about what you want to  convey to your students, it is recommended to  think about...
Visual Makeover - after               Photographs               Can               Engage
Limit Transitions & Builds
Sensory Input                 Taste                 Hearing & Smell                 Touch                 SightUse Appropr...
Use      Color Well
Choose FontsPurposefully
Use Audio or VideoVideo clip from Duarte’s Designs Five Rules for Presentations by Nancy Duarte
Spend Time in Slide Sorter
Reflect On Your   Audience
Know   YourContent
Rehearse
UnlockYour Confidence
Plan a Back Up!
GIVE CREDIT                            references•   Coleman, M. (n.d.). Various photograph selections from Flickr: colema...
The End!
FindRelevantVisual           Photo credit to qthomasbower on Flickr
And                                  Continue                                  to Design                                  ...
Resources•   Books     o   Atkinson, C. (2005). Beyond bullet points: using Microsoft PowerPoint to create presentations t...
Session CS1435                                            Presentation Design:Marie Coleman                               ...
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  1. 1. Presentation Design: Before and After Marie Coleman
  2. 2. BYOD Photo credit to zzpza on Flickr
  3. 3. Learning GoalsPhoto credit to NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center on Flickr
  4. 4. goo.gl/lVXkE
  5. 5. Photo credit to Samael Kreutz on Flickr
  6. 6. The Premise Photo credit to –sel on Flickr
  7. 7. Brain Rule #4 –We don’t pay attention to boring things! Photo credit to Dr. Pat on Flickr
  8. 8. Brain Rule #9 - Stimulate more of the – Brain Rule #9 senses. Stimulate more of the senses. Photo credit to colemama on Flickr
  9. 9. Photo credit to ~Dezz~ on FlickrBrain Rule #10 –Vision trumps all senses.
  10. 10. What’s YourIdea? Photo credit to orkboi on Flickr
  11. 11. KamishibaiExerpt taken from Kamishibai from YouTube
  12. 12. PechaKucha
  13. 13. Presentation & Design
  14. 14. ContextMatters
  15. 15. SIMPLE Not Simplistic
  16. 16. Visual Makeover - before• When thinking about what you want to convey to your students, it is recommended to think about the visual aspect. – Graphics • Avoid, especially the traditional • Think more imaginatively – Photographs • Use high quality • Make them relevant • Your own or Creative Commons Licensed via Flickr Advance Search
  17. 17. Visual Makeover - after Photographs Can Engage
  18. 18. Limit Transitions & Builds
  19. 19. Sensory Input Taste Hearing & Smell Touch SightUse AppropriateCharts & Graphs
  20. 20. Use Color Well
  21. 21. Choose FontsPurposefully
  22. 22. Use Audio or VideoVideo clip from Duarte’s Designs Five Rules for Presentations by Nancy Duarte
  23. 23. Spend Time in Slide Sorter
  24. 24. Reflect On Your Audience
  25. 25. Know YourContent
  26. 26. Rehearse
  27. 27. UnlockYour Confidence
  28. 28. Plan a Back Up!
  29. 29. GIVE CREDIT references• Coleman, M. (n.d.). Various photograph selections from Flickr: colemamas Photostream. Flickr. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from http://www.flickr.com/photos/colemama/• Duarte, N. (2009, December 16). Duartes Designs Five Rules for Presentations by Nancy Duarte. Five Rules for Creating Great Presentations. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.youtube.com/watch?v=hT9• Krieger, S. (2011). 12 tips for creating better presentations. Microsoft at work. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.microsoft.com/atwork/skills/presentations.aspx• Pecha Kucha. (n.d.). 20 Frequently Asked Questions about Pecha Kucha 20x10. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.pecha-kucha.org/what• Pink, D. (2007, August 21). Pecha Kucha: Get to the PowerPoint in 20 Slides Then Sit the Hell Down. Wired. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.wired.com/techbiz/media/magazine/15-09/st_pechakucha• Reynolds, G. (2005, September 5). Presentation Zen: What is good PowerPoint design? . Presentation Zen. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from http://presentationzen.blogs.com/presentationzen/2005/09/whats_good_powe.html• Satterfield, B. (2007, March 20). How to deliver a bad presentation. Tech Soup. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page6703.cfm• Satterfield, B. (2007, March 20). How to design a bad presentation. Tech Soup. Retrieved March 22, 2011, fromwww.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page6702.cfm• Top Ten Slide Tips. (n.d.). Garr Reynolds. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.garrreynolds.com/Presentation/slides.html
  30. 30. The End!
  31. 31. FindRelevantVisual Photo credit to qthomasbower on Flickr
  32. 32. And Continue to Design the “After”!Photo credit to rutty on Flickr
  33. 33. Resources• Books o Atkinson, C. (2005). Beyond bullet points: using Microsoft PowerPoint to create presentations that inform, motivate and inspire. Redmond, Wash.: Microsoft Press. (Amazon link) o Duarte, N. (2008). Slide:ology: the art and science of creating great presentations. Sebastopol, CA: OReilly Media. (Amazon link) o Medina, J. (2008). Brain rules: 12 principles for surviving and thriving at work, home, and school. Seattle, WA: Pear Press. (Amazon link) o Reynolds, G. (2008). Presentationzen: simple ideas on presentation design and delivery.. Berkeley, CA: New Riders. (Amazon link) o Williams, R. (2008). The non-designers design book: design and typographic principles for the visual novice (3. ed.). Berkeley, Calif.: Peachpit Press. (Amazon link)o Blogs o Atkinson, C. (n.d.). Blog | Beyond Bullet Points. Beyond Bullet Points | A Better Way to Use PowerPoint. Retrieved January 21, 2012, from http://beyondbulletpoints.com/blog/ o Duarte, N. (n.d.). Duarte Blog | Duarte Blog. Duarte Blog | Duarte Blog. Retrieved January 21, 2012, from http://blog.duarte.com/ o Godin, S. (n.d.). Seths Blog. Seths Blog. Retrieved January 21, 2012, from http://www.sethgodin.typepad.com/ o Kawasaki, G. (n.d.). How to Change the World. How to Change the World. Retrieved January 21, 2012, from http://blog.guykawasaki.com o Pink, D. (n.d.). Daniel Pink | NYT and WSJ Bestselling Author of Drive. Daniel Pink | NYT and WSJ Bestselling Author of Drive. Retrieved January 21, 2012, from http://www.danpink.com/ o Reynolds, G. (n.d.). Presentation Zen. Presentation Zen. Retrieved January 21, 2012, from http://www.presentationzen.com/o Images (see individual slides)
  34. 34. Session CS1435 Presentation Design:Marie Coleman Before & Aftercolemama@collierschools.comTwitter: colemamaFlickr: colemamaSkype: m.m.colemanBlog: http://colemamasphotos.blogspot.com
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