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When educators develop and present programs, we don’t do it to display our PowerPoint skills or to show off the speaking tips we’ve gleaned from the latest TED talk. True educators build and ...

When educators develop and present programs, we don’t do it to display our PowerPoint skills or to show off the speaking tips we’ve gleaned from the latest TED talk. True educators build and deliver programs to inspire and enable their audiences to help move emergency services forward. So where do so many go wrong? This program isn't about PowerPoint tips and tricks (although some are included). Rather, it demonstrates effective communications and message delivery techniques, tools for successful student / attendee engagement, and presentation of a compelling "call to action" designed to motivate attendees to effect positive change in the way that we work for, care for and protect our communities.

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  • Don’t dump everything into the “Message” and put your story ON your slides.
  • 9a-920a
  • Each presentation should have a Take Home
  • Back at 9:30
  • 10:30 – 11:20am
  • Paivio’s Dual Coding!
  • BEWARE FONTS ON DIFFERENT COMPUTERS!
  • BEWARE FONT USE ON DIFFERENT COMPUTERS!
  • Visualization of relationship between patient medical conditions
  • Likewise I call upon everyone in this room to help move EMS not just to performance based, student centered education, but rather patient centered education.
  • 11:30 to 12pm
  • The audience will always be focused on the movement.PresenterSlideSlide elementA fly in the room
  • Allow for introTroubleshootingQuestionsEND BEFORE THE CLOCK RUNS OUT
  • 15 Minutes

Powerful Presentations: Delivering Effective Communications, Comprehension and Calls to Action Powerful Presentations: Delivering Effective Communications, Comprehension and Calls to Action Presentation Transcript

  • Inspiring Audiences Delivering Your Classroom Message Effectively Every Time Rommie L. Duckworth, LP
  • Pediatric Emergencies  19:32 hrs: Private Residence  8 y/o female  Ate part of a roll of quarters  + Anxiety  - Airway obstruction  Other Vitals WNL  Follow-Up 8 hours after coins  No Change Yet.
  • We’re NOT here to your PowerPoints. Let’s Inspire Audiences!
  • 5 Ways
  • Stories http://www.flickr.com/photos/beebe_library/5044781618/
  • Stories
  • An audience will not feel compelled to ACT on a list of facts. At best they will memorize a few of them.
  • These stories are NOT WAR STORIES
  • Who is the HEROof your story?
  • https://www.flickr.com/photos/sionfullana/5124851557
  • https://www.flickr.com/photos/anirudhkoul/3725939594
  • –John Steinbeck
  • The PEAK, ENDRule https://www.flickr.com/photos/12150532@N04/4915846373
  • Create a Dramatization not a Document! http://www.flickr.com/photos/funka/1845176089/
  • Presentations have 3 legs.
  • RESOURCES • Slide:ology • Resonate • Presentation Zen • The Naked Presenter • Beyond Bullet Points • Power Presenter • Slides that Rock • Principles of Public Speaking
  • RESOURCES • Nancy Duarte • Seth Godin • Cliff Atkinson • Garr Reynolds • Guy Kawasaki • Larry Lessig • Steve Jobs • Jerry Weissman • Alan H. Monroe
  • PowerPoint You can use…
  • Movement The audience will always be focused on the movement. Presenter Slide Slide element A fly in the room
  • RESOURCES • PowerPoint • Google Drive • Zoho Docs • Keynote • Prezi • PowToon • SlideRocket • mindmeister • This Presentation • My Websites • Me!
  • Development has 5 steps.
  • What’s the BIG idea?
  • COLLECT Brainstorm Research Note
  • Post It Notes http://www.flickr.com/photos/wispra/4475825658/
  • Content organization ideas. *3 Post-it notes Outline Mind Map Text and Type Storyboard Outline
  • Mind & Concept Maps http://www.flickr.com/photos/philippeboukobza/8608133034/
  • Post-it notes Outline Mind Map Text and Type Storyboard Storyboard http://www.flickr.com/photos/mibaji/22092993/
  • RESOURCES • Post it notes • Outlines • Concept Maps • Mind Maps • Storyboards • Presentation Pitch Development PDF
  • TAKE HOME (What they MUST know): Who needs to know it? Where are they taking it? For themselves. For Their colleagues. For their boss. What do they need to know.
  • TAKE HOME (What they MUST know): Not a list of objectives. The one (or <3) things you want them to be able to do in 6 months, at 3 am, by the side of the road, on a dark and stormy night!
  • WARM UP (don’t let them just sit there) Cards Questions Quotes Content (Pictures / Movies) Conversation SET THE MINDSET
  • CONTEXT (In A World…): The World as it is, Is flawed! Case Study / War story / Shocking Statistics: Different contexts & connections for different audience categories.
  • PROBLEM (Where) Inadequate <worse, insufficient, poor, suboptimal> (GENERAL PROBLEM): Because (SPECIFIC ISSUES):
  • GOAL (What if?) The world as it should be Improved <better, increased, superior, enhanced> (GENERAL GOAL): Through <key points / major concepts> (SPECIFIC GOALS):
  • CHALLENGE the World presents (But!) Why isn’t the world already as it should be? Current “flawed solution” to the CHALLENGE: Why is this solution flawed? Why is this solution still being used?
  • PATH from world as is to world as should be “You’ll go from (PROBLEM) to (GOAL)” Steps (however many are needed): 1) Core knowledge (A&P, Fundamentals, etc.) 2) 3) and so on What is at stake if we do not walk the path?
  • ACTION (Through…): Activities: Demonstration: Feedback: Questions:
  • REQUIREMENTS & RESISTANCE (Through…): For the Audience: The Sacrifice: The Risk: The Cost: The Emotion: Comfort zone? Fear? Misunderstanding?
  • SUPPORT & RESOURCES (With the help of…)  This  That  The other The first signs of life:
  • CONTRAST & CALL TO ACTION (Now you know, Go and do) Do NOT call it a... • Summary • Review • Wrap up
  • There must be clear contrast from when they walk in to when they leave. Enter as someone who WANTS to change the world. Leave as someone who CAN & WILL change the world Now you CAN and WILL (GOAL) through (PATH):
  • Call To Action Specify the immediate actions that you wish them to take. Through (PATH) By Doing (Calls to action specific to each category of audience): With (SUPPORT) You will (The TAKE HOME)
  • TAKE HOME & VICTORY! (together we will … for …) It isn’t about KNOWING IT, it is about DOING IT; MAKING IT HAPPEN. Make victory sweet! Benefit to them Benefit to their kind Benefit to us all
  • The PEAK, ENDRule https://www.flickr.com/photos/12150532@N04/4915846373
  • RESOURCES NECREM Powerful Presentations Template PDF
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/26948001@N07/4488751797/
  • All design must have purpose. Purpose of design is to support your point. Bad design takes away from your point. Lack of design is bad design. Bad design takes away from your point.
  • Relationship & Contrast • Style • Size • Shape • Color • Proximity
  • Design Components • Palette • Typesetting • Data • Images • Animation
  • All design must have purpose. COLO R Pallette
  • All design must have purpose. Typesetting
  • Relationship & Contrast • Readability • Style • Size • Color • Prox imity
  • All design must have purpose. DATA
  • Relationship & Contrast • Readability • Style • Size • Shape • Color • Proximity
  • Data http://www.visualcomplexity.com/vc/project_details.cfm?id=770&index=770&domain=
  • All design must have purpose. IMAGES
  • Relationship & Contrast • Style • Size • Shape • Color • Proximity • Depth of Field
  • Presentations have 3 legs.
  • Images Sources & Citations • Flickr • Others • Your Drawings • Your Photos
  • All design must have purpose. Animatio Animotio n
  • COLLECT Brainstorm Research Note
  • Design not Decoratio All design munst have purpose.
  • RESOURCES • Kuler • SlideShare • FontSquirrel • Visual.ly • Flikr • FEMA Lib • PHIL • Trauma.org • CC Search • WikiMedia • Wordle • Animation Tutorials • Copyright.com
  • Presentations have 3 legs.
  • • Don’t Memorize (B Natural) Memorize (don’t)
  • Move
  • Engagement Engag e Have students write questions on cards or sticky notes when they come in. Stand up, sit down, raise your hand. I’ll take 3 Questions Repeat the questions
  • Real-Time Collaboration
  • Constrain the time Allow for intro Troubleshooting Questions END BEFORE THE CLOCK RUNS OUT Timing http://www.flickr.com/photos/indraw/4857101224/
  • Summary Delivery If your audience had a remote control would they change the channel? They do. They will. http://www.flickr.c http://www.folimck/rp.choomto/sp/h2o8t4o7s8/7ch7r8i@styNa0m5//65575298244852489973//
  • RESOURCES • Poll Everywhere • Remind101 • WordWall • YawnBuster • Socrative • Conceptboard • DisplayNote • ShowDocumen t • NearPod • You! • Your Students!
  • Summary Prepare your program Build your story Paint it with visuals Deliver it Refine it Make the action happen!
  • Presentations have 3 legs.
  • Development has 5 steps.