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TYS Tech Sessions: The new face of presentations and communications. Moving from presenter to story teller.

TYS Tech Sessions: The new face of presentations and communications. Moving from presenter to story teller.

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  • 1. Becoming Presentation Zen
  • 2. A shift away from presenter towards storyteller
  • 3. Tools http://www.flickr.com/photos/ppdigital/2054989998/
  • 4. The new face of best practice
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  • 8. http://www.slideshare.net/kevingee/the-science-of-presentations-presentation
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  • 13. Before
  • 14. Unlocking Learning:
    • Meeting the Learning Needs of All Students through Differentiating Instruction
  • 15. Provide Regular Opportunities for Students to Have Choice
    • Where can you insert choice in your program?
    • Where they learn
    • How they learn
    • With whom they work
    • How they demonstrate what they know, understand and can do?
    • Choice Should be Both Guided and Limited
    • Have both “Must do’s” and May Do’s”
  • 16. Meaning is another way to get students’ attention….. Teacher is often the bridge between curriculum and experience
  • 17. … emotional hooks are necessary to long term learning; Emotions are the gatekeepers to the intellect … negative emotions can be blocks to learning ” Robin Fogarty Brain Compatible Classrooms
  • 18. Implications:
    • There is no such thing as “not paying attention”
    • What our brain pays attention to is influenced by a number of factors, which we as teachers need to be aware of and be willing to take advantage of.
    • Novelty and other unconscious sensory activities help students to focus and to participate
    • Choice needs to be regularly available in our program to engage students brains
    • Try new activities involving a variety of tasks.
  • 19. After
  • 20. Differentiating Instruction http://www.flickr.com/photos/phamngoctu/1573489583/
  • 21. Opportunity for choice is important http://www.flickr.com/photos/colloidfarl/1301621218/
  • 22. The Teacher is the bridge between curriculum and learning http:// www.flickr.com/photos/leeziet/2971923927 /
  • 23. Students pay attention when curriculum is made meaningful http:// www.flickr.com/photos/leeziet/2971923927 /
  • 24. There are strong connections between emotions and learning http://www.flickr.com/photos/leeziet/2971923927/
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