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    1. 1. ENGR 195P - Innovation to Presentation Hanjun Xian 4/26/2010
    2. 2. What is Innovation to Presentation (I2P) Idea
    3. 3. What is Innovation to Presentation (I2P) ENGR 195 Idea Innovation Convert innovative ideas to materialized artifacts
    4. 4. What is Innovation to Presentation (I2P) ENGR 195 ENGR 195P Idea Innovation Presentation Effectively present the design deliverables to the defined audience
    5. 5. Where is I2P Situated
    6. 6. Where is I2P SituatedFreshmanSophomore Junior Senior
    7. 7. Where is I2P Situated Summer module (8 classes)Freshman ENGR 195 ENGR 195P ElectiveSophomore Junior Senior
    8. 8. Where is I2P Situated Summer module (8 classes)Freshman ENGR 195 ENGR 195P ElectiveSophomore Engineering Junior Competencies Senior
    9. 9. Where is I2P Situated Summer module (8 classes)Freshman ENGR 195 ENGR 195P ElectiveSophomore Engineering Junior Competencies Engineering Communication Senior Entrepreneurship Skills Presentation Skills
    10. 10. Why is I2P Important
    11. 11. Why is I2P Important College
    12. 12. Why is I2P Important College Course catalogs of 10 best engineering collegesEmphasis on presentation practices
    13. 13. Why is I2P Important College Course catalogs of 10 best engineering collegesEmphasis on presentation practices Lewis 2020Communication and presentation skills are critical for engineering students
    14. 14. Why is I2P Important College Course catalogs of 10 best engineering collegesEmphasis on presentation practices Lewis 2020Communication and presentation skills are critical for engineering students Industry
    15. 15. Why is I2P Important College Course catalogs of 10 best engineering collegesEmphasis on presentation practices Lewis 2020Communication and presentation skills are critical for engineering students Lang Tong IndustryCommunication and presentation skills are among the most significantattributes in industry expectations
    16. 16. ContentUniversal presentation principles include Topic- Audience- centered centered guide Identify topic and audience Create presentation content On-site setup Oral presentation improve Presentation skills
    17. 17. Content Universal presentation principles Data include ObjectiveProcess engineering-specific Topic- Audience- Topic-centered centered centered guideArchitecture guide Prototype Identify topic and audience Create presentation content On-site setup Oral presentation improve Presentation skills
    18. 18. Content Universal presentation principles Data include Language Objective DressProcess engineering-specific engineering-specific Topic- Audience- Topic-centered centered Audience-centered centered guide guideArchitecture Preconception guide Prototype Human factor Identify topic and audience Create presentation content On-site setup Oral presentation improve Presentation skills
    19. 19. Content Universal presentation principles Data include Language Objective DressProcess engineering-specific engineering-specific Topic- Audience- Topic-centered centered Audience-centered centered guide guideArchitecture Preconception guide Prototype Human factor Identify topic and audience Create presentation content On-site setup Oral presentation improve develop Evaluation skills Presentation skills
    20. 20. Content Universal presentation principles Data include Language Objective DressProcess engineering-specific engineering-specific Topic- Audience- Topic-centered centered Audience-centered centered guide guideArchitecture Preconception guide Prototype Human factor Identify topic and audience Create presentation content On-site setup Oral presentation improve develop Evaluation skills Presentation skills develop Metacognition
    21. 21. Content - E, I, F Universal presentation principles Data include Language Objective DressProcess engineering-specific engineering-specific Topic- Audience- Topic-centered centered Audience-centered centered guide guideArchitecture Preconception guide Prototype Human factor Identify topic and audience Create presentation content On-site setup Oral presentation improve develop Evaluation skills Presentation skills develop Metacognition
    22. 22. Schedule of Course ActivitiesClass #1 Universal presentation principles Identify topic and audienceClass #2 Topic-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #3 Audience-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #4 Create presentation content Presentation skillsClass #5 Metacognition Presentation skillsClass #6 Oral presentation Presentation skillsClass #7 On-site setupClass #8
    23. 23. Learning ObjectivesClass #1 Universal presentation principles Identify topic and audience Learning Objective 1:Class #2 Topic-centered presentation Evaluation skills Evaluate presentationsClass #3 Audience-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #4 Create presentation content Presentation skillsClass #5 Metacognition Presentation skillsClass #6 Oral presentation Presentation skillsClass #7 On-site setupClass #8
    24. 24. Learning ObjectivesClass #1 Universal presentation principles Identify topic and audience Learning Objective 1:Class #2 Topic-centered presentation Evaluation skills Evaluate presentationsClass #3 Audience-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #4 Create presentation content Presentation skills Assessment 1Class #5 Metacognition Presentation skillsClass #6 Oral presentation Presentation skillsClass #7 On-site setupClass #8
    25. 25. Learning ObjectivesClass #1 Universal presentation principles Identify topic and audienceClass #2 Topic-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #3 Audience-centered presentation Evaluation skills Learning Objective 2:Class #4 Create presentation content Presentation skills Create presentation contentClass #5 Metacognition Presentation skillsClass #6 Oral presentation Presentation skillsClass #7 On-site setupClass #8
    26. 26. Learning ObjectivesClass #1 Universal presentation principles Identify topic and audienceClass #2 Topic-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #3 Audience-centered presentation Evaluation skills Learning Objective 2:Class #4 Create presentation content Presentation skills Create presentation contentClass #5 Metacognition Presentation skillsClass #6 Oral presentation Presentation skills Assessment 2Class #7 On-site setupClass #8
    27. 27. Learning ObjectivesClass #1 Universal presentation principles Identify topic and audienceClass #2 Topic-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #3 Audience-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #4 Create presentation content Presentation skillsClass #5 Metacognition Presentation skills Learning Objective 3:Class #6 Oral presentation Presentation skills Oral presentationClass #7 On-site setupClass #8
    28. 28. Learning ObjectivesClass #1 Universal presentation principles Identify topic and audienceClass #2 Topic-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #3 Audience-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #4 Create presentation content Presentation skillsClass #5 Metacognition Presentation skills Learning Objective 3:Class #6 Oral presentation Presentation skills Oral presentationClass #7 On-site setupClass #8 Assessment 3
    29. 29. Learning Objective 1 Evaluate presentations given by othersObservation Interpretation Pellegrino Triangle Cognition
    30. 30. Learning Objective 1 Evaluate presentations given by othersObservation Interpretation Tate Hammett Pellegrino Triangle Applying evaluation criteria categorized Cognition
    31. 31. Learning Objective 1 Evaluate presentations given by others Universal presentation principlesObservation Interpretation Topic Audience Topic Audience Topic Pellegrino Triangle Audience Cognition
    32. 32. Learning Objective 1 Evaluate presentations given by others • Identify and categorize defects according toObservation the evaluation criteria Interpretation • Propose solutions Pellegrino Triangle Cognition
    33. 33. PedagogyClass #1 Universal presentation principles Identify topic and audience Inquiry-basedClass #2 Topic-centered presentation Evaluation skills LecturingClass #3 Developing rubric Audience-centered presentation Evaluation skillsClass #4 Create presentation content Presentation skills Evaluate Task-based learningClass #5 Metacognition Presentation skillsClass #6 Oral presentation Presentation skills CreateClass #7 Videotape On-site setup reflectionClass #8 Oral

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