Presenting Sticky Ideas <br />Six Design and Delivery Principles for Educators<br />Ryan Bretag<br />
An amp in the hands of a good guitarist makes the music sound wonderful… in the hands of a bad guitarist, the music sound...
How can our presentations deliver ideas and learning more effectively?<br />
Principle 1: Cognitive Guidance <br />
10%<br />
35%<br />
65%<br />
The Danger of Cognitive Overload<br />
Do you pause for a long time on one slide?<br />
Do your slides contain words you also speak?<br />
Do your slides contain ideas you don’t explain?<br />
Do your slides contain only words?<br />
Do your slides contain lots of information?<br />
How do I need to rethink my approach to presentations/lectures? Student approach?<br />
Principle 2: Left and Right Brain<br />
Why would you use words when they do just fine in your mouth? Words belong [on paper]. PowerPoint is for ideas. S. Go...
Exciting and Scary<br /> World of Color<br />
TIME TO DESIGN AND SHARE<br />Image by David Armano<br />
How can our presentations improve in creating experiences that allow for collaboration and communication instead of shutti...
Principle 3: Active, Social Brain<br />
 Lecture is the best way to get information from <br /> teacher’s notebook to student’s not...
Image by David Armano<br />
Principle 4: WWW Environment <br />
Principle 5: Personal STYLE!<br />
10/20/30 <br />The Kawasaki Method<br />
Presentation <br />Zen<br />The Reynolds Method<br />
Presentation <br />Ecosystem<br />The Duarte Method<br />
Pecha<br />Kucha<br />The Dytham/Klein Method<br />
The Simple Idea<br />The Godin Method<br />
Principle 6: The New Basics<br />
Principle 6: The New Basics<br />
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Presenting Sticky Ideas

Six design and delivery principles for educators. It is time to rethink the delivery and design of a content to more effectively tackle the needs of learners of all ages. The notion of a lecture isn't bad; the method typically employed is bad.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Education      Technology      Self Improvement      
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  • 1. Presenting Sticky Ideas <br />Six Design and Delivery Principles for Educators<br />Ryan Bretag<br />
  • 2. An amp in the hands of a good guitarist makes the music sound wonderful… in the hands of a bad guitarist, the music sounds awful! Jason Ohler<br />
  • 3. How can our presentations deliver ideas and learning more effectively?<br />
  • 4. Principle 1: Cognitive Guidance <br />
  • 5. 10%<br />
  • 6. 35%<br />
  • 7. 65%<br />
  • 8. The Danger of Cognitive Overload<br />
  • 9. Do you pause for a long time on one slide?<br />
  • 10. Do your slides contain words you also speak?<br />
  • 11. Do your slides contain ideas you don’t explain?<br />
  • 12. Do your slides contain only words?<br />
  • 13. Do your slides contain lots of information?<br />
  • 14. How do I need to rethink my approach to presentations/lectures? Student approach?<br />
  • 15. Principle 2: Left and Right Brain<br />
  • 16. Why would you use words when they do just fine in your mouth? Words belong [on paper]. PowerPoint is for ideas. S. Godin<br />
  • 17. Exciting and Scary<br /> World of Color<br />
  • 18. TIME TO DESIGN AND SHARE<br />Image by David Armano<br />
  • 19. How can our presentations improve in creating experiences that allow for collaboration and communication instead of shutting it down?<br />
  • 20. Principle 3: Active, Social Brain<br />
  • 21. Lecture is the best way to get information from <br /> teacher’s notebook to student’s notebook<br /> without touching the student’s mind. G. Leonard<br />
  • 22. Image by David Armano<br />
  • 23. Principle 4: WWW Environment <br />
  • 24. Principle 5: Personal STYLE!<br />
  • 25. 10/20/30 <br />The Kawasaki Method<br />
  • 26. Presentation <br />Zen<br />The Reynolds Method<br />
  • 27. Presentation <br />Ecosystem<br />The Duarte Method<br />
  • 28. Pecha<br />Kucha<br />The Dytham/Klein Method<br />
  • 29. The Simple Idea<br />The Godin Method<br />
  • 30. Principle 6: The New Basics<br />
  • 31. Principle 6: The New Basics<br />