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Visualizing Content
I have selected the following slides to demonstrate
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ORIGINAL SLIDE
Neurons
Fire
Neurons
Fire
Neurons
Suppressed
ORIGINAL SLIDE
Neuromodulators
Neurotransmitters
If the Healthy Emotional Brain Were
Represented by a Keyboard, Many
Students Today Use Fewer “Keys.”
Sadness
Joy
Disgus...
Sadness
Joy
Disgust
Anger
Surprise
Fear
Sadness
Joy
Disgust
Anger
Surprise
Fear
Humility
Forgiveness
Empathy
Optimis...
What’s the No. 1 factor that predicts how your child will turn out?
a = Providing a loving household.
b = How perfect a pa...
What’s the No. 1 factor that predicts how your child will turn out?
a = Providing a loving household.
b = How perfect a pa...
Stress and Distressstress (on/off)
is healthy for us.
distress (chronic)
is toxic to our brain
and body
low SES childre...
Stress and DistressStress
Stress and DistressStress
Distress
Stress and Distress
Distress
Quantity of Stressors
Stress and Distress
Distress
Quantity of Stressors
Intensity of Stressors
Stress and Distress
Distress
Quantity of Stressors
Intensity of Stressors
Duration of Stressors
Stress and Distress
Distress
Quantity of Stressors
Intensity of Stressors
Duration of Stressors
Number of Skills for Copin...
Emotional Reactivity or Disconnect as
Maladaptive Response to Chronic or
Acute Stress in Your Students
ORIGINAL SLIDE
PhysiologicResponse
Stressor Recovery
Time
Healthy Brain Stress Response
PhysiologicResponse
Stressor No Recovery
Time
Prolonged Response
PhysiologicResponse
Stressor No Recovery Needed
Time
Inadequate Response
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These slides were selected demonstrate how I “visualize” content provided by subject matter experts. In most cases the original slide precedes the visualized slides. Note that the content from the original slide is moved into the notes section and limited text is used on the slide itself.

Susan Stewart of Guided Meetings
susan@guidedmeetings.com

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Visualizing Content for PowerPoint

  1. 1. Visualizing Content I have selected the following slides to demonstrate how I “visualize” content provided by subject matter experts. In most cases the original slide precedes the visualized slides. Note that the content from the original slide is moved into the notes section and limited text is used on the slide itself. Susan Stewart of Guided Meetings susan@guidedmeetings.com
  2. 2. ORIGINAL SLIDE
  3. 3. Neurons Fire
  4. 4. Neurons Fire Neurons Suppressed
  5. 5. ORIGINAL SLIDE
  6. 6. Neuromodulators Neurotransmitters
  7. 7. If the Healthy Emotional Brain Were Represented by a Keyboard, Many Students Today Use Fewer “Keys.” Sadness Joy Disgust Anger Surprise Fear ORIGINAL SLIDE
  8. 8. Sadness Joy Disgust Anger Surprise Fear Sadness Joy Disgust Anger Surprise Fear Humility Forgiveness Empathy Optimism Compassion Sympathy Patience Shame Cooperation Hardwired Gratitude Learned
  9. 9. What’s the No. 1 factor that predicts how your child will turn out? a = Providing a loving household. b = How perfect a parent you are. c = How you deal with your child’s intense emotions.
  10. 10. What’s the No. 1 factor that predicts how your child will turn out? a = Providing a loving household. b = How perfect a parent you are. c = How you deal with your child’s intense emotions.
  11. 11. Stress and Distressstress (on/off) is healthy for us. distress (chronic) is toxic to our brain and body low SES children are exposed to: 1) more stressors, 2) more intense stressors, 3) longer lasting stressors, and 4) have fewer coping skills than their higher SES counterparts. Evans & Kim, 2007 ORIGINAL SLIDE
  12. 12. Stress and DistressStress
  13. 13. Stress and DistressStress Distress
  14. 14. Stress and Distress Distress Quantity of Stressors
  15. 15. Stress and Distress Distress Quantity of Stressors Intensity of Stressors
  16. 16. Stress and Distress Distress Quantity of Stressors Intensity of Stressors Duration of Stressors
  17. 17. Stress and Distress Distress Quantity of Stressors Intensity of Stressors Duration of Stressors Number of Skills for Coping with Stressors
  18. 18. Emotional Reactivity or Disconnect as Maladaptive Response to Chronic or Acute Stress in Your Students ORIGINAL SLIDE
  19. 19. PhysiologicResponse Stressor Recovery Time Healthy Brain Stress Response
  20. 20. PhysiologicResponse Stressor No Recovery Time Prolonged Response
  21. 21. PhysiologicResponse Stressor No Recovery Needed Time Inadequate Response

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