Presenting to YourStudentsMeghan Darnell
Types of Technology Power Point SMART Board Projector No matter how technologically advanced the delivery media is, s...
POWER POINT Power Point has the ability to enhance a presentation by visuallyand auditorily stimulating your students Th...
SMART Boardhttp://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL90EBA67C75535213&feature=plcp This YouTube channelgives excellent tutori...
Understanding Your StudentsO What type of learning style do your student’s favor?O Center your presentation around somet...
 Watch your body language to make sure you’re putting off the right impression to your students.  Practice your body l...
SourcesPowerful Presentation:http://scf.angellearning.com/AngelUploads/Content/201220-20492/_assoc/870761757BBB4366B612DB1...
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Presenting to Your Students

EME 2040: Intro to Tech for the Educators. Week 5 Group Discussion on how to deliver presentations to a group of students.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Presenting to YourStudentsMeghan Darnell
  • 2. Types of Technology Power Point SMART Board Projector No matter how technologically advanced the delivery media is, substance and speaking skills are necessary for an entertaining and informative presentation.
  • 3. POWER POINT Power Point has the ability to enhance a presentation by visuallyand auditorily stimulating your students This media can be as advanced or simplistic as the teacher wants itto be. http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com/articles/top_ten_things_improve_ppt_presn.htm This link offers helpful tips for creating aneffective Power Point presentation.
  • 4. SMART Boardhttp://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL90EBA67C75535213&feature=plcp This YouTube channelgives excellent tutorials on certain applications of theSMART Board.A teacher can integrate his/her students into thepresentation as well
  • 5. Understanding Your StudentsO What type of learning style do your student’s favor?O Center your presentation around something the students are particularly interested in.O Incorporate a theme into the presentation to reinforce previously learned ideas.
  • 6.  Watch your body language to make sure you’re putting off the right impression to your students.  Practice your body language by watching yourself present in the mirror. Adjust your posture and body language accordingly. Your style of dress affects your presentation.  Is your presentation casual, fun, serious, approachable?
  • 7. SourcesPowerful Presentation:http://scf.angellearning.com/AngelUploads/Content/201220-20492/_assoc/870761757BBB4366B612DB18FFF41DB1/Powerful_Presentations.pdfThe Top Ten Things You Can Do To Improve Your Next PowerPointPresentation:http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com/articles/top_ten_things_improve_ppt_presn.htmRadford University’s Educational Technology Tutorials:http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL90EBA67C75535213&feature=plcp