The lecture is dead

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  • Appears ok at first but then you lose it. Does not work without the audio support. More text is always viewed as the wrong approach by presentation 'guru's' but if was here on the slides rather than in the long gone presenters head I would understand what the presentation is about rather than remain confused. Presentations developed for later student review (sometimes much later) need supporting text or audio or both or supporting handouts - three words on a slide are no good to anyone.
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  • 1. The Lecture is Dead. Long Live the Lecture! Patrick Higgins, Jr.
  • 2. Todaysmeet.com/ lectureisdead
  • 3. thelectureisdead. wikispaces.com
  • 4. Schedule October 12 3:15-4:30 What WE can do 4:40-5:40 Group Breakout 5:45-6:00 Dog and Pony Show October 19th 3:15-3:45 Dog and Pony Show 3:50-:4:50 What we can do 5:00-6:00 Presentation Redesign
  • 5. Wrong!
  • 6. Wrong!
  • 7. Transfer Goal
  • 8. I want you to see the presentation of information
  • 9. as a process based both on
  • 10. the information needed to be conveyed
  • 11. http://www.flickr.com/photos/39427981@N06/4596204922/ And
  • 12. On the method by which they choose to convey it
  • 13. so that you may, http://www.flickr.com/photos/31878512@N06/3468818121/in/faves-14579369@N04/
  • 14. so that you may, on your own http://www.flickr.com/photos/31878512@N06/3468818121/in/faves-14579369@N04/
  • 15. use a more brain- friendly method of helping students acquire information within a “lecture block.”
  • 16. The Battle of Working Memory
  • 17. Questions from the story
  • 18. What We Do
  • 19. The Stuff Behind You
  • 20. Takahashi
  • 21. Godin
  • 22. Find his method
  • 23. High-Resolution Images http://www.flickr.com/photos/40715318@N00/536090614/
  • 24. Lessig (Think Takahashi, but in English)
  • 25. Succinct. Clean. Well-Rehearsed.
  • 26. I am
  • 27. A
  • 28. For
  • 29. They Tell Stories http://www.flickr.com/photos/rodrigomuller/4314879831/in/faves-14579369@N04/
  • 30. The Usual Suspects
  • 31. An Alternative
  • 32. Breakout
  • 33. One Stay, One Stray
  • 34. What They Do
  • 35. Compare, Compare, Compare!
  • 36. Spencer Kagan
  • 37. Three-Minute Review
  • 38. Numbered Heads Together
  • 39. True or False
  • 40. Diagrammed Slide Sets
  • 41. Haiku http://www.flickr.com/photos/melolou/410914987/sizes/o/
  • 42. 140 Characters http://www.flickr.com/photos/13287882@N03/2624060661/
  • 43. Summarize by Half Or Essence
  • 44. Jobs
  • 45. "Pecha Kucha: Get to the PowerPoint in 20 Slides Then Sit the Hell Down."
  • 46. Ignite Series
  • 47. Wrong!
  • 48. Break The News
  • 49. Then Say This
  • 50. I’m going to introduce you now to Right Management who will tell you about the career services you will be recieving”
  • 51. Or
  • 52. http://www.flickr.com/photos/91342102@N00/4096351705/
  • 53. I’m going to introduce you now to Right Management who will tell you about the career services you will be recieving”
  • 54. Have at it! http://www.flickr.com/photos/george_eastman_house/2677550041/in/faves-14579369@N04/