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MozillaPH Trainers Training

  1. 1. MozillaPH Trainers TrainingMozillaPH Trainers Training #MozillaPH #FirefoxPH #FSAPH#MozillaPH #FirefoxPH #FSAPH Palet Express, Makati CityPalet Express, Makati City 12 Jun 201412 Jun 2014
  2. 2. About MeAbout Me What my friends thought my job is …
  3. 3. About MeAbout Me What I really do …
  4. 4. About Me …About Me … Mozilla Rep (ReMo) since Jun 2011 Aviation Professional since Nov 1998 Educator, Pianist, Photographer, Hobby Blogger, Gadgeteer & 101% Pinoy Dad of Robyn Andi Xeon Official Mozilla Wiki Page: https://wiki.mozilla.org/User:Bobreyes
  5. 5. I Started Teaching …I Started Teaching … … in 2003 under the SDA of DLS-CSB. … MS Office for Froshies. … then got promoted & started teaching Web Track subject. … got promoted again & was tasked to create the eCommerce Course Syllabus. … and I am a part-timer.
  6. 6. I Also Did …I Also Did … …… during my free time.during my free time.
  7. 7. Why are you here? Please use the Post It’s provided.
  8. 8. Do you consider yourself a Mozillian?
  9. 9. Why are you a Mozillian? Please use the Post It’s provided.
  10. 10. What is a Mozillian? A Mozillian is someone who volunteers his/her time to advance the Mozilla mission. He/She is dedicated to promoting openness, innovation & opportunity on the Web & he/she forms part of the core of our community.
  11. 11. What Mozilla Believes • The Internet is becoming an increasingly important part of our lives. • Continued health of the Internet needs: Openness Innovation Opportunity
  12. 12. The Mozilla project uses a community-The Mozilla project uses a community- based approach to create world-classbased approach to create world-class open source software & to develop newopen source software & to develop new types of collaborative activities.types of collaborative activities. We create communities of peopleWe create communities of people involved in making the Internetinvolved in making the Internet experience better for all of us.experience better for all of us.
  13. 13. Mozillians educate.
  14. 14. Education … • Education is a change in knowledge. • An attempt to give learners broad information on a subject; no attempt is made to develop skills (yet). • What survives when what has been learned has been forgotten. • Try asking someone “1 + 1 x 2 to the power of 4” within 10 seconds after he/she wakes up.
  15. 15. Education or Training?
  16. 16. Education or Training? • The Education & Training paradigms are opposite poles on several characteristics. • Many instructional programs are a mixture to varying degrees of these two paradigms. • Training is largely Education by definition.
  17. 17. Teacher VS Instructor • You are a Teacher if you … • Tell them what you are going to tell them. • Tell them what you are telling them. • Tell them what you’ve told them.
  18. 18. Teacher VS Instructor • You are an Instructor if you … • Ask them what they’ve done. • Tell them what they are going to do. • Show them what they are going to do. • Let them do it. • Let them do it some more. • Ask them what they’ve just done.
  19. 19. Prepare for Your Presentation …
  20. 20. Always Be Prepared! • To deliver a talk, lecture or workshop is like going to a battle … • Know who will you be dealing with (audience). • Know where the battle will happen (venue). • Know why are you in that battle (event).
  21. 21. Prepare Your Slides … … days or even weeks before the actual presentation. Remember, you are NOT Steve Jobs!
  22. 22. DOs in PPT • Use legible type size. • Titles should be at least 36 to 40 points, bulleted text or body copy at least 24 points. • Be brief. • A good rule of thumb is to cut paragraphs down to sentences, sentences into phrases, and phrases into keywords. • Use key words to help audience focus on your message. • Enhance readability. • Don't crowd your slides. Use normal case (not all caps) and punctuate sparingly. • Make every word and image count. • Each one should help convey your message in the strongest possible way. • Limit the number of slides. • A good rule of thumb is one slide per minute.
  23. 23. DON’Ts in PPT • Don't overuse special effects. • Use sound, animation, and other effects to emphasize major points, but don't let them become distracting. • Don't use more than eight words per line or eight lines per slide. • Don't use too many words or include non-essential information. • Avoid hard-to-read color combinations such as red/green, brown/green, blue/black, blue/purple. • Aim for high contrast between background and text.
  24. 24. Remember, PowerPoint is a tool to enhance your presentation. Don't let it overwhelm you & your message!
  25. 25. Motivate Your Audience • Tell a story. • Use natural humor. • Speak their language. • Know their level of knowledge. • Variety in a presentation (but not a song & dance number). • Get yourself excited.
  26. 26. If you think training is expensive, try ignorance.
  27. 27. #MozillaPH Social Media http://mozillaph.org/twitter http://mozillaph.org/facebook http://mozillaph.org/flickr
  28. 28. Thank you!Thank you! Maraming salamat po!Maraming salamat po! http://www.mozillaphilippines.orghttp://www.mozillaphilippines.org

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