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20 Creative Presentation Ideas That Will Delight Your Audience

20 Creative Presentation Ideas That Will Delight Your Audience | Inspiring People | Scoop.it
A list of creative ways to captivate your audience, from using props and asking thought-provoking questions to telling stories and sharing personal anecdotes.

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David Baker's curator insight, April 20, 11:58 PM
#1 Engage Audience, #2 Music, #3 Memes for humor.  This list of 20 includes many things we know in a concise list.  I like all the embedded videos and presentations.
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If you own a business you are in the business of selling something. In order to succeed as a business owner, you will be forever presenting something to somebody, to get a result. Avoid becoming a boring monotonous presenter by adopting some of the great ideas in this article, and then delight your audiences instead.

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20 Creative Presentation Ideas That Will Delight Your Audience
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English as a Lingua Franca – interview with Jennifer Jenkins

English as a Lingua Franca – interview with Jennifer Jenkins | Inspiring People | Scoop.it
In this post from the Talk to the Expert series, TEA had the pleasure to talk to prof. Jennifer Jenkins about English as a Lingua Franca and its influence on ELT and the status of non-native English speaking teachers. Prof. Jenkins is one of the most prominent figures in ELF scholarship, and has published numerous…

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, April 10, 6:16 AM

Interesting interview.

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What is a Global Digital Citizen and Why Does the World Need Them?

What is a Global Digital Citizen and Why Does the World Need Them? | Inspiring People | Scoop.it
The Global Digital Citizen understands that we can govern technology for the benefit of both ourselves and others. It is a citizen that views the world as an interconnected community. Additionally, they realize we simultaneously share technological and human experiences regardless of culture, status, or political/religious beliefs.

So we define the best assets of the Global Digital Citizen using 5 tenets.

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Carlos Fosca's curator insight, January 16, 3:53 PM

Interesante artículo sobre que es un ciudadano global digital y porque es importante.

Willem Kuypers's curator insight, January 19, 2:20 PM
Un article intéressant qui dessine les contours du futur citoyen du monde et qui donne quelques pistes pour l'introduire dans l'enseignement.
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Sugata Mitra, uno de los grandes revolucionarios digitales de la educación

Sugata Mitra, uno de los grandes revolucionarios digitales de la educación | Inspiring People | Scoop.it
Las ideas de Sugata Mitra acerca del autoaprendizaje, el nuevo rol del profesor y el uso de Internet en las aulas le han convertido en uno de los grandes revolucionarios digitales de la educación.
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What Makes a Good Assessment? via @coolcatteacher 

What Makes a Good Assessment? via @coolcatteacher  | Inspiring People | Scoop.it
Assessments should cover what is taught and address important learning goals. Thomas Guskey reflects today on what makes a good assessment. He also shares the four kinds of data that are most valuable to teachers in year-end assessment. This is a must listen for any educator working with assessment. Thomas shares the problems with many […]

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Digital Video - An interactive ebook for teachers

The book focuses on practical ways teachers can explore and exploit the potential of the vast web-based video resources that now exist on the internet. In addition to this the book offers guidance on how to encourage students to use video as a creative tool that can support their language learning.
The book has 10 chapters beyond the introduction. These chapters focus on a range practical , theoretical and technical issues which should help the reader to fully utilise digital video in a range of contexts from the classroom, blended learning and all the way through to fully online delivery.
The book contains:
-: 315 full colour illustrations
-: 26 embedded video tutorials
-: 42 detailed activities with materials and links
-: 17 Cool tools with step by step illustrated guides, video tutorials, suggested activities and getting started suggestions
-: 70 pages of reviewed links to tools and resources
-: Detailed tips and advice on pedagogically related aspects from choosing a clip and task design to paradigms for building video into your syllabus through a range of up to date approaches.
-: An interactive glossary

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The first in my series of independently published ebooks for teachers.

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SusanMichelle's curator insight, August 11, 2015 2:40 AM

The first in my series of independently published ebooks for teachers.

Lee Morden's curator insight, August 26, 2015 4:05 PM

Always looking for new techniques to communicate.

Shona Whyte's curator insight, August 28, 2015 8:41 AM

I don't usually scoop things you have to pay for, but this is only 3 dollars on iTunes, and Peachey has a solid track record on practical tips and tutorials for language teaching tools.

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These Are Six Communication Styles That Every Single Person Uses

These Are Six Communication Styles That Every Single Person Uses | Inspiring People | Scoop.it

If you’ve ever had a miscommunication or failed to comprehend what someone else was trying to say, it could be that your perceptual languages are getting in the way. Discovered by development psychologist Taibi Kahler, perceptual languages are the different processes of how people communicate. The way people communicate often carries more information than the words themselves, says clinical psychologist Nate Regier, cofounder of the communication-coaching firm Next Element.


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Infra Bazaar Pvt Ltd.'s comment, April 13, 12:42 AM
nice info it is very helpful for communicating with others thanks for sharing.
rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, April 14, 2:06 AM
Communication is a complex process that goes much beyond mere verbal communication.The study of semiotics, kinesthetics and the use of gestures all of them happen to be an integral part of a system of communication that goes beyond the verbal level.Taibi Kahler suggests that "perceptual languages" are different processes and filters used by people while communicating with others. Teachers and educationists will find this article interesting especially as it helps them understand why some of their pupils find it difficult to comprehend what they think are "simple instructions".
 
Ian Berry's curator insight, April 15, 7:57 PM
I believe there's a seventh language although there's no words I call it optimum communication and it's just a look. How do I know my wife wants to go home? It's just a look!
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Exploiting Infographics – Developing Critical Thinking | PeacheyPublications.com

Exploiting Infographics – Developing Critical Thinking | PeacheyPublications.com | Inspiring People | Scoop.it
The slide deck from my keynote presentation at the NELTA 2017 International conference in Kathmandu.

Thanks to British Council Nepal for their kind support and hospitality.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, February 27, 11:27 AM

The slide deck from my Keynote presentation at the Nepal English Language Teachers' Association International conference.

Nik Peachey's curator insight, March 2, 5:36 AM

The slide deck from my keynote presentation at the NELTA 2017 International conference in Kathmandu.

Andrea Mejia Medina's curator insight, March 3, 5:33 PM
Being an educator is quite demanding in terms of planning a class. Even though there are many helpful resources that we can use to teach and take advantage of them. Due to the great changes produced by the technology and the opportunities it offers, such as interactive classrooms, instant information, and permanent updates, It’s quite important that the entire school system improves and becomes a part of the age of technology. so it’s better that we introduce changes one by one If we want that our students to listen, and not only hear what we’re saying, but ask questions and engage in discussions, it’s quite important for as to find a way to intrigue them and spark their curiosity. We should definitely try to use their desire to know everything – when a student is curious about our subject, they will pay attention, and that additional interest they show will help them store all the facts that they have heard in their long-term memory later on. Visualization Is a Powerful Learning Tool taught to students in order to help them develop their memory. In fact, some children develop their own unique set of memory tools. However, whether they’re writing things down, studying out loud or drawing sketches, all of them respond to visual teaching aids incredibly well. Various colors, different fonts, and creative shapes can all be used together to help students to learn more efficiently, but they can also help educators keep their students focused on the topic at hand, without the need for wasting any extra energy on warnings and reestablishing order in the classroom. Use of visuals like infographics can be quite beneficial to both student and teacher. They allow as to create our lessons around a central image, something that the entire class can be focused on as we speak, so we don’t have to check our notes every couple of minutes to make sure we didn’t forget something.
 
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Do students think we should be using social media in school?

Do students think we should be using social media in school? | Inspiring People | Scoop.it
What stood out most to me from the survey results was the stark difference between the attitudes of the students who used social media daily and were given the opportunity to use social media in the classroom more than 5 times in a school year, versus what students who use social media daily, but who had never been given the opportunity to use it in class had to say. You see, those students only look that their own social use, their tendency to be distracted by their friends’ posts. They are also likely the students who have been taught nothing about social media beyond how bad it is, so it is no wonder that they could not see any educational value.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, January 26, 3:03 AM

Interesting piece of research.

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Contra los escritores, proyecto de Congreso Gombrowicz en Panal de ideas

Contra los escritores, proyecto de Congreso Gombrowicz en Panal de ideas | Inspiring People | Scoop.it
Un teatro lleno de famosos, el fantasma de un escritor muy provocador y muchos juegos.
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Social Learning for Social Impact

Social Learning for Social Impact | Inspiring People | Scoop.it
Join the world’s first GROOC – a MOOC for groups – to collaborate with others globally and create social change.
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How to escape education's death valley

Sir Ken Robinson outlines 3 principles crucial for the human mind to flourish -- and how current education culture works against them.

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, May 15, 2013 11:02 AM
  1. Individuality
  2. Curiosity
  3. Creativity
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