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Presentation Principles: Clearly Making Your Point . Kevin M. Johnston MSU TA Programs [email protected] Meaningful Learning: Your Ability to Provoke it. Purposes of this session: Inform you of basic presentation principles. Show you how you can take steps to improve your teaching now.

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meaningful learning your ability to provoke it
Meaningful Learning: Your Ability to Provoke it

Purposes of this session:

  • Inform you of basic presentation principles.
  • Show you how you can take steps to improve your teaching now.
  • Link basic “teachnique” to larger, “Heart” of teaching issues .

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

higher education today why is the old way not always the best way
Higher Education Today: Why is the “old” way not always the best way?
  • University teaching has begun to change considerably in the last 20 years (Or, has it?) :
    • Teaching and Learning Research
    • Teacher-centered to Student-centered classes
    • Need to demonstrate teaching effectiveness when applying for jobs

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

principles of powerful instruction steve yelon 1996 msu professor emeritus
Principles of Powerful InstructionSteve Yelon, (1996) MSU Professor Emeritus
  • Meaningfulness, Prerequisites
  • Open Communication
  • Organized, Essential Ideas
  • Learning Aids
  • Novelty
  • Active Practice
  • Safe Spaces/Encouraging Places
  • Consistency
  • Original assumptions that are no longer valid

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

professor yelon s presentation principles
Professor Yelon’s Presentation Principles
  • Motivate
  • Review/Summarize
  • Explain
  • Demonstrate
  • Question
  • Share Feedback

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

the art of presenting art rt noun skill acquired by experience study and observation
The ART of Presenting art \ärt\ noun: skill acquired by experience, study, and observation
  • Set attainable goals – ORGANIZATION
  • Use the best format/materials to meet those goals - IMPLEMENTATION
  • Assess your progress regularly – SUMMARY and EVALUATION

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

setting presentational goals
Setting Presentational Goals
  • What’s your point?
  • Why is it important?
  • What should your students know?

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

key principles of good presenting
Key Principles of Good Presenting
  • CLEARLY IDENTIFIED OBJECTIVES: Identify Key Points First!
  • SENSITIVITY and ADAPTABILITY: Show interest, listen, be open to change
  • PERIODIC SUMMARY: What have we just covered? Why was it important?

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

presentation stages
Presentation “Stages”
  • Introduction – including connections to prior material
  • Material Body – 15-minute segments
  • Periodic Summary – after each 15-minute segment
  • Conclusion – End with a bang, connect to upcoming materials

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

three keys to good presenting
THREE KEYS to Good Presenting
  • Tell them what you’re going to do.
  • Remind them of what they’re doing while they’re doing it.
  • Tell them what they just did.

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

the he art t of presenting
The “He(ART)t” of Presenting
  • Who are you as a mathematician, philosopher, scientist?
  • Who are you as a teacher?
  • Who are your students to you?

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

you have extraordinary power
You Have Extraordinary Power
  • To Influence, Shape, Create, Motivate
  • To Connect, Assist, Share
  • To Learn (To teach yourself through DOING)

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

present like you mean it
Present Like You Mean It !
  • Prepare and Practice – But Be Willing To Let Learning Happen
  • Share Your Passion – And Recognize the “Light bulb” When it Goes Off.
  • Enjoy the “Space” Good Presenting and Good Teaching Creates for You and Your Students.

2006 MSU TA Seminar on College Teaching

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