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Presentation Skills and Cat's Pajamas

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5 Fun Presentation Skills Facts:

1.11% of people are “Terrified” of delivering a presentation. 7% “Feel Like Superman”. So, the majority of us fall somewhere in between. Not bad!

2.Just like with presentation design, we skew towards thinking we’re a bit better than average at delivering presentations.

3.We’re surprising good at practicing with 64% practicing their presentation at least twice. Good on you!

4.Above all else (designing nice slides, being energetic, funny or well rehearsed), your audience (38%) wants you to tell them a story, not lecture. Point taken!

5.When viewing presentations online, 75% prefer your slides to have voice-over rather than having to read them.


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4 and 5 worth remembering...

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Halina Ostańkowicz-Bazan's curator insight, March 5, 2013 3:57 AM

 I am sure that  your audience (38%) wants you to tell them a story, not lecture.

We need to improve our presentation skills.

Denver Leigh Watson's curator insight, August 27, 2013 9:42 AM

Yes!  Presentation is the KEY to HOW you teach and WHAT they learn! 

Melanie Findlater's curator insight, July 16, 6:26 AM

Love cats on presentations

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A Wonderful Wheel featuring iPad Apps for Autistic Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Wonderful Wheel featuring iPad Apps for Autistic Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Game on in Education | Scoop.it

"I must admit that apps for autistic learners are really scarce and hard to find. A few months ago I posted here a list some powerful apps for autism and today while I was looking for new apps that might have been created since the publication of that list I came across this wonderful wheel.

I know that the first thing that comes to mind when you see this wheel is the popular pedagogy Wheel created by Allan Carrington in which he provided suggestions for 62 apps based on Bloom's Taxonomy. The present wheel is developed by Mark Coppin in which he featured a wide variety of apps for autistic students."


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Another great wheel to share with colleagues in Spec Ed.

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Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, July 15, 2013 8:41 PM

Thank you allen for sharing this resource.

Pippa Davies @PippaDavies 's curator insight, July 16, 2013 12:29 PM

Useful tool for parents with Autistic students!

Tahnee Cunico's curator insight, February 10, 6:28 PM

Great wheel of apps for students with autism 

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Simcity Review: engineering addiction - Polygon

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Simcity Review: engineering addiction
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So when I received the latest, I thought that I could ride that lightning and "quit any time." I was wrong.
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Set your alarm!

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This Autism Simulator Is Horrifying

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This Autism Simulator Is Horrifying

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Why quiet play spaces are essential...for all children.

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Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, March 3, 2013 11:02 AM

Interesting.  I am quite certain these kids hear/feel things MORE intensely.  It is painful.  

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Presentation Skills and Cat's Pajamas

Presentation Skills and Cat's Pajamas | Game on in Education | Scoop.it

5 Fun Presentation Skills Facts:

1.11% of people are “Terrified” of delivering a presentation. 7% “Feel Like Superman”. So, the majority of us fall somewhere in between. Not bad!

2.Just like with presentation design, we skew towards thinking we’re a bit better than average at delivering presentations.

3.We’re surprising good at practicing with 64% practicing their presentation at least twice. Good on you!

4.Above all else (designing nice slides, being energetic, funny or well rehearsed), your audience (38%) wants you to tell them a story, not lecture. Point taken!

5.When viewing presentations online, 75% prefer your slides to have voice-over rather than having to read them.


Via Baiba Svenca
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4 and 5 worth remembering...

more...
Halina Ostańkowicz-Bazan's curator insight, March 5, 2013 3:57 AM

 I am sure that  your audience (38%) wants you to tell them a story, not lecture.

We need to improve our presentation skills.

Denver Leigh Watson's curator insight, August 27, 2013 9:42 AM

Yes!  Presentation is the KEY to HOW you teach and WHAT they learn! 

Melanie Findlater's curator insight, July 16, 6:26 AM

Love cats on presentations