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Classic Presentation Mistakes. The following slides each contain a number of errors How many can you spot? Think about use of text (structure, formatting size & colour), slide colours, use of graphics (tables/graphs/pictures) etc. Do we Learn More with Age?.

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classic presentation mistakes
Classic Presentation Mistakes
  • The following slides each contain a number of errors
  • How many can you spot?
  • Think about use of text (structure, formatting size & colour), slide colours, use of graphics (tables/graphs/pictures) etc.
do we learn more with age
Do we Learn More with Age?
  • Aim: show that we may learn more as we grow older
  • Experimental data are presented
  • Conlusions are made
old dog learns new trick
Old Dog Learns New Trick!
  • Old dogs have been reported to learn new tricks in an article presented in Naturethis week
  • The dogs were traind for a number of years prior to this discovery in specialy designed kennels. Not all dogs had the capacity for imprved learning with age, but most did.
  • This lends support to the fact that you ar never to late to learn…..if you’re a dog!
  • Could this be true for humans too? Recent research has shown that the older you get, the less able you are to cope with chang – does this mean that we are less likly to learn as we age?
methods
Methods
  • Dogs were trained to perform new tricks
  • Others were not trained
  • The two sets of dogs were compared in their abilities to perform novel tricks
  • Data were collected over 4 years
conclusions
Conclusions
  • The conclusions from the study were clear
  • Old dogs can leanr new tricks
  • Can this be relevent to humans?
  • Controversial finding: many believe humans have reduced learning as they age
  • Future research is vitaly important
how many mistakes
How Many Mistakes?
  • How many mistakes did you spot?
  • How would you avoid making these mistakes?
  • What other important things should you remember when giving a visual presentation?