Standing Room Only: Creating Unforgettable Presentations

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  • 1. Standing Room Only: How to Create Unforgettable Presentations
    David Jakes
    METC 2010
  • 2. Today…
    jakes.editme.com
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  • 5. Biology matters
  • 6.
    • 3.5 pounds or 1.6 kg
    • 7. 12 billion cells
  • 8.
    • 3.5 pounds or 1.6 kg
    • 9. 12 billion cells
    • 10. Fed by the optic and auditory nerves
  • Dual Processing: Visual and Auditory
  • 11. Cognitive Load Theory
    Intrinsic, Extraneous, and Germane
  • 12. Recall Dupuit, Flow to fixed heads with recharge:
    Note:
    Recharge is a fixed flux and head/gradient will be calculated to accommodate that recharge - e.g. High recharge >> High heads
    h1 and h2 are fixed heads and flux will be calculated to accommodate those heads - e.g. a high h1 will shift the divide to the left of the problem domain and produce large influx that joins the reachrge and discharges to the right, if h2 is very low, that influx will be even higher
    w
    qx
    hx
    h1 h2
    d
    L
    x=0
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  • 14. Coherence Principle: People learn better when extraneous material is excluded rather than included.
    Richard Mayer Multimedia Learning
  • 15. Make it visual.
  • 16. PowerPoint doesn’t kill presentations
    Bullet Points do!
  • 17.
    “Why would you use words on the screen when they do just fine in your mouth?”
    Seth Godin
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  • 19. Multimedia Principle: People learn better from words and pictures than from words alone.
    Richard Mayer Multimedia Learning
  • 20. Use images to communicate, not decorate…
  • 21. 10%
  • 22. 35%
  • 23. 65%
    From Brain Rules, Dr. John Medina | See Multimodal Learning
  • 24. Learn how to find images
  • 25. Teach them about intellectual property…
  • 26. Creative Commons
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  • 35. Stock photography
  • 36. photl.com
  • 37. Teach them design…
  • 38. Adolescent Brain
    More gray matter than white matter
    Prefrontal cortex growing and developing
    Brain continues to grow and matures by the age of 25
    Teenage brain has a well-developed accelerator but only a partly developed break
    New proliferation of neurons at 11 for girls and 12 for boys
  • 39. Adolescent Brain
    More gray matter than white matter
    Prefrontal Cortex
    Brain grows and matures by 25
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  • 40. Adolescent Brain
    Teenage brain has a well-developed accelerator but only a partly developed break
    New proliferation of neurons at 11 for girls and 12 for boys
    ttt
    ff
  • 41. Negative plasticity
    Examine the worry circuitry in the brain
    Limbic system
    Thoughts have an impact on the brain
    Get rid of the ANTS-kill them
    Think of bad thoughts as air pollution
    Exterminate the ants – get rid of always negative thinking
  • 42. Negative Plasticity
    Examine the worry circuitry
    Limbic System
    Thoughts have an impact on the brain
    Get rid of the ANTS-negative thinking
    Bad thoughts as air pollution
  • 43. As a high school student have you had a positive ongoing relationship with at least one adult?
    96% responded “Yes”
  • 44. As a high school student have you had a positive ongoing relationship with at least one adult?
    96% responded “Yes”
  • 45. GBS Snapshot
    From 1998 to 2008:
    2261 to 2556 Total Students
    25.13 to 26.89 Credits Taken
    729 to 1145 AP Tests
    81% to 90% Pass Rate for AP Tests
    87.9% to 98.1 % College Bound
  • 46. GBS Snapshot
    From 1998 to 2008:
    • 2261 to 2556 total students
    • 47. 25.13 to 26.89 credits taken
    • 48. 729 to 1145 AP Tests
    • 49. 81% to 90% pass rates of AP Tests
    • 50. 87.9% to 98.1% College Bound
  • 4,333,182,081 images on Flickr
    4 Years of Content on YouTube..every day
    Waracle
  • 51. Teach them to sell…
  • 52. “Communication is the transfer of emotion…”
    Seth Godin
    click
  • 53. How many homeless?
    Between 2.3 and 3.5 million are likely to experience being homeless in a year
    1.35 million of them are children
    200,000 veterans may be homeless on a given night.
    50% African-American, 35% White, 12% Latino, 2% Native American, 1% Asian
  • 54. How many experience being homeless?
    • Between 2.3 and 3.5 million
    • 55. 1.35 million of them are children
    • 56. 200,000 veterans may be homeless on a given night.
    Image used with permission iamchrisjett
  • 57. Teach them that color and font matter…
  • 58. Of the 16 million colors…
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  • 63. This is a Serif Font
    This is a Sans Serif Font
  • 64. CAUTION: The use and application of Comic Sans in presentations is illegal in 34 states….
  • 65. Teach
    them to storyboard…
  • 66. Teach them secrets…
  • 67. Teach them to share
  • 68. click
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  • 72. Issuu.com
  • 73. Photo by ijohnpederson
  • 74. Photo by Ben Grey
  • 75. Jakes.editme.com
    Photo by D. Warlick