Present Like a Pro

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How to present like a pro - tips and tools for being an awesome presenter. This slide deck is adapted from a presentation originally done with Brian Housand.

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Present Like a Pro

  1. 1. All the tips & tricks you need to be awesome.
  2. 2. You need more slides than you think you do.
  3. 3. Three things you must keep in mind: • Pacing: You’ve got allow proper pacing of GT learners through the Standards. Students may be working at much higher level of standards and/or capable of progressing through more than one grade level in a single school year. Flexible pacing is key. • Differentiation: It’s got to happen. The complexity of work must be greater with the GT students. Creativity must be included in the rubric. Problem-based learning can work with both of these. • Curriculum Openness: The curriculum should not be limited by content area. GT students can and should work across the curriculum, seamlessly blending all content areas. One of their greatest strengths is the ability to see the interconnectedness of ideas and theories, and this should be encouraged.
  4. 4. SERIF SANS-SERIF
  5. 5. The Medium is the Message.
  6. 6. Goldilocks
  7. 7. FOCUS ON DAB ILITY
  8. 8.
  9. 9. I decided to take a calligraphy class…
  10. 10. I learned about and san serif typefaces,
  11. 11. about varying the amount of between different letter combinations
  12. 12. about what makes great typography
  13. 13. It was beautiful, historical, artistically subtle in a way that science can’t capture,
  14. 14. and I found it fascinating.
  15. 15. FORM LINE COLOR SCALE FONT
  16. 16. The same applies to students. You are NOT exempt from the law.
  17. 17. Pixabay is my fave free image site.
  18. 18. Morguefile.com is also great.
  19. 19. other image source: {sxc.hu} Free side of iStock photo.
  20. 20. other image source: {freerangestock.com}
  21. 21. Don’t forget to get your free photo of the week on iStock & ShutterStock.
  22. 22. Get a free account at bitly.com.
  23. 23. Copy your looooooooooooooooong url You know, like this one: https://www.lds.org/youth/famil y-history/serve?lang=eng#seemy-family-tree
  24. 24. and paste it here.
  25. 25. Bitly will shorten it for you.
  26. 26. Bitly will shorten it for you.
  27. 27. You can edit that to make it even easier.
  28. 28. And you can search all the links you create.
  29. 29. If you add “.qrcode” after the link
  30. 30. You will get this. Voilá. Like Magic.
  31. 31. Keynote
  32. 32. icloud.com
  33. 33. Keynote Remote
  34. 34. REMEMBER: PowerPoint does NOT have to be PAINFUL.
  35. 35. 23. Become a PowerPoint Ninja {elearningblog}
  36. 36. Credit Love Eye: iStock - 1399686_21236547 Munch, The Scream: This image is in the public domain in the United States. Borg: Marcin Wichary, via Flickr Surfer: Shalom Jacobovitz, Wikimedia Steve Jobs: Wikimedia Water: iStock – 000009295243 Cupcake: iStock_000003327512 Pancakes: iStock_000020695852 If not specified, images are from Morguefile & Sxc.hu

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