Rock that presentation!

HPS teachers,

It’s not too late to register for the February tech training, Effective Presentation Skills: Using PowerPoint Effectively! 

SEA System Activity # 10-76

Start/Stop Date: 2/6/12-2/27/12 (3 wks.)
Audience: K-12, All subjects; Administrators
Tech Skill Levels: Novice, Intermediate
CEUs: 1.0
Delivery: Online (asynchronous) – Details will be emailed to participants on Feb.6th.

Communicating effectively with your audience is your number one goal during a presentation.  However, you may not be using tools like PowerPoint as effectively as you think.  In this training, we’ll explore the differences between a “good” and “poor” PowerPoint presentation.  We’ll spend time looking at what research says about the brain and visual input.  We’ll expand our knowledge by exploring the tools available in PowerPoint and then work to create a sample presentation that is clear, concise, and powerful.  (Basic knowledge of PowerPoint is recommended; otherwise you will be expected to spend additional time familiarizing yourself with the basic functionality of PowerPoint.)

This course is three weeks, all online, asynchronous, so you can work on it anytime on your own during those three weeks.  I will likely post new content once or twice a week, so you won’t be able to work too far ahead, but I’m very flexible with the dates, so if you need additional time to complete the activities after the course end date, that won’t be a problem.  Seriously- you can stretch the ten hours out for a couple of months if you need to!   🙂

Learn how to ROCK your presentations – and learn skills you’ll be excited to teach your students!

Register on the SEA System by February 6th.  (Activity #10-76)

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