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The Science Of Presentations

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  • I have improved the sound quality of the audio. I've re-mastered the audio track and loaded a higher bandwidth file to the server.
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  • The visuals and audio track have been updated to properly attribute the falling masses experiment to Galileo. Thanks again for your comments.
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  • I am working on the correction to the Newton reference. Unfortunately, it requires re-recording the audio track and resyncing it to a new slide deck. Thanks for you catching the error.
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  • Kevin, It is amazing how distracting a factual error is in a presentation. Galileo demonstrated that different masses fall at the same rate before Isaac Newton was born. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galileo http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_newton
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  • Lucid. It makes sense to perhaps add a point on:
    - how to position yourself as a facilitator with a scientific av aid (ppt/keynote et all)
    - challenges in sustained attention for a duration of more than 10 mins of darkness!

    Thanks & brilliant work!
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  • 1. The Science of  Presentations ©2008 Kevin Gee Consulting, LLC
  • 2. Aristotle
  • 3. Heavier objects  fall faster than  lighter objects
  • 4. Heavier objects  fall faster than  lighter objects
  • 5. Galileo Galilei
  • 6. Scientific  Method
  • 7. Both objects fall  at the same rate
  • 8. Cognitive Theory of Learning • Limited Capacity – 7 Elements +/‐ 2 held in working memory • Two Modes – Visual – Auditory • Active Learning – Text, images, spoken words, recalled information held  in working memory – Contents of working memory assembled into mental  model
  • 9. Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah • Blah Blah Blah – Blah blah blah blah blah blah • Blah Blah Blah – Blah – Blah • Blah Blah – Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah – Blah blah blah blah blah blah
  • 10. Present According  to How People  Learn
  • 11. Working Memory Cognitive Theory Mental Model Advance Organizer Factors for Effectiveness Familiar Unfamiliar Present  Limited  According to  How People  Capacity Learn Application Active  Two Modes Learning
  • 12. Limited Capacity
  • 13. 7 Working Memory
  • 14. Active Learning Spoken  Images Words Text Memories Mental  Model
  • 15. Working Memory Mental Model
  • 16. Images Text Narration
  • 17. Visual Auditory Narration
  • 18. Visual Text Auditory Narration
  • 19. If you’re reading this… You aren’t listening.
  • 20. Visual Images Text Auditory Narration
  • 21. Visual Images Text Auditory Narration
  • 22. Confusing words and images
  • 23. “Any car which  holds together  for a whole race  is too heavy.” ‐‐Colin Chapman
  • 24. Chunking 123 4 56 7 89 0
  • 25. Advance Organizer Familiar Unfamiliar
  • 26. Horseless Carriage
  • 27. Exposition vs Narrative
  • 28. Processing Memory
  • 29. apply synthesize repeat sense Processing Memory
  • 30. APPLICATION
  • 31. Cognitive Theory of Learning • Limited Capacity – 7 Elements +/‐ 2 held in working memory • Two Modes – Visual – Auditory • Active Learning – Text, images, spoken words, recalled information held  in working memory – Contents of working memory assembled into mental  model
  • 32. Cognitive Theory of Learning • Limited Capacity – 7 Elements +/‐ 2 held in working memory • Two Modes – Visual – Auditory • Active Learning – Text, images, spoken words, recalled information held  in working memory – Contents of working memory assembled into mental  model
  • 33. Present According to How People Learn • Limited Capacity – 7 Elements +/‐ 2 held in working memory • Two Modes – Visual – Auditory • Active Learning – Text, images, spoken words, recalled information held  in working memory – Contents of working memory assembled into mental  model
  • 34. Present  Limited  According to  How People  Capacity Learn Active  Two Modes Learning
  • 35. Present According  to How People  Learn
  • 36. 7 Limited  Capacity
  • 37. Active Learning Spoken  Images Words Text Memories Mental  Model
  • 38. Multimedia Learning Richard E. Mayer
  • 39. Universal Principles of Design Lidwell, Holden, Butler
  • 40. Beyond Bullet Points Cliff Atkinson
  • 41. Thank You! For speaker notes and references: www.kevingee.biz kevingee@kevingee.biz ©2008 Kevin Gee Consulting, LLC

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