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Keeping Slides Brief

Keeping Slides Brief

Keeping Slides Brief and the FOCUS on YOU You ARE the PRESENTATION the members of your group do the speaking they give the details they explain they FILL IN the blanks not on the slides SLIDES are an ENHANCEMENT they should NOT say everything YOU do

By andrew
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STUDENT LED CONFERENCES

STUDENT LED CONFERENCES

STUDENT LED CONFERENCES. AND CREATING A VISION FOR INCREASED STUDENT PERFORMANCE. At the conclusion of this workshop you will have ideas on…. how to conduct student led conferences how student led conferences motivate students to take responsibility for their own learning

By Mercy
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Functions of Persuasive Presentations

Functions of Persuasive Presentations

Functions of Persuasive Presentations. Reinforcement Refutation Promoting change Call to action . Resources for Persuasion. Listener’s perspective Opinion Leaders Credibility. Components of Source Credibility. Trustworthiness Competence Dynamism. Presenting Evidence. Understood

By Ava
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Taking Notes

Taking Notes

Taking Notes. Created by Lori Theaker March 2006. How do I do this?. There are different ways to take notes, but first you might want to gather your “tools”: A pencil/pen; A highlighter; Post-It TM notes; Note cards iPad apps. How do I use the tools?.

By wood
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Illinois Department of Human Services / Division of Mental Health and Illinois Mental Health Collaborative Present

Illinois Department of Human Services / Division of Mental Health and Illinois Mental Health Collaborative Present

Illinois Department of Human Services / Division of Mental Health and Illinois Mental Health Collaborative Present. June 2008. Introduction and Training: MIS Services with the Collaborative. Agenda. Introductions DHS-DMH Overview Introduction ProviderConnect Overview

By kass
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How to make a good PowerPoint presentation

How to make a good PowerPoint presentation

How to make a good PowerPoint presentation. 長庚大學基醫所生化科 林 光 輝 基醫所所長 2007/5/15. 前言. 有聲勝無聲之時代! 沈默是金 , 言多必失? 坐而言不如起而行 空談無益! 話不投機半句多? 一切盡在不言中 , 此時無聲勝有聲 . 巧言令色鮮矣仁! ( 孔子更看中 " 行 " ,鼓勵少說多做,做事積極,說話謹慎 ) 言教不如身教!. 演講家的特徵. 高度的思想修養 : 高尚的品格 , 和思想行為 廣博的才學知識 : 高超的語言表達能力 :.

By uma
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Doing Research and Writing the Research Paper

Doing Research and Writing the Research Paper

Doing Research and Writing the Research Paper. 1. Define the Task. What’s the question? b. What information do you need to answer the question?. 2. Information Seeking Strategies. Determine all possible sources. Decide on the BEST sources to use. 3. Location and Access.

By odette
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Teaching Math and Other Subjects to Developmental Students Dr. Paul and Kimberly Nolting Academic Success Press, Inc. 2

Teaching Math and Other Subjects to Developmental Students Dr. Paul and Kimberly Nolting Academic Success Press, Inc. 2

Teaching Math and Other Subjects to Developmental Students Dr. Paul and Kimberly Nolting Academic Success Press, Inc. 2006 www.academicsuccess.com. Variables Contributing to Student Academic Achievement (Bloom, 1976). Cognitive Entry Level Skill + IQ. Placement Grades Math history LD.

By olympe
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Multiplying & Dividing Fractions – The Challenge of Computation vs. Conceptualization

Multiplying & Dividing Fractions – The Challenge of Computation vs. Conceptualization

Multiplying & Dividing Fractions – The Challenge of Computation vs. Conceptualization. Math Alliance July 27, 2010 DeAnn Huinker, Melissa Hedges, Chris Guthrie, & Beth Schefelker. Learning Intentions & Success Criteria. Learning Intention – We are learning to:

By calix
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The Impact of an Adventure-Based Freshmen Experience

The Impact of an Adventure-Based Freshmen Experience

The Impact of an Adventure-Based Freshmen Experience. Presenters: Danielle Schulta and Chase Steiner University of Wisconsin –La Crosse. Co-Authors Dr. Jeff Steffen and Ryan Olson University of Wisconsin La-Crosse. Overview of Presentation:.

By ouida
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How Do You Taste??????

How Do You Taste??????

How Do You Taste??????. Problem. Does the number of taste buds you have make a difference in if you can distinguish vinegar, salt, sugar, sour. Introduction.

By lalo
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Kim Barnes 4 th Hour English Teacher

Kim Barnes 4 th Hour English Teacher

Kim Barnes 4 th Hour English Teacher. 1. “Secondary Teacher.” Occupation Outlook Handbook. 11 th edition . Pg. 25-27. 2. Smith, Susan. “English Teachers are Crazy.” Teaching Monthly . 30 March 2008: www.teachingmonthly.edu. 3.

By shadi
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Analyzing and Synthesizing Findings

Analyzing and Synthesizing Findings

Analyzing and Synthesizing Findings. Prof. Dr. Khalid Mahmood Department of Library & Information Science University of the Punjab. completely in each topic together Take notes in an organized manner: computer files, note cards, etc.

By adah
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Learning Styles

Learning Styles

Learning Styles. Uses your senses. Learning styles draw more on your sense of Sight Sound Touch. Learning styles. “The way in which each learner begins to concentrate on, process, and retain new and difficult information.” Rita Dunn. Do not confuse ….

By nowles
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Research and MLA Documentation

Research and MLA Documentation

Research and MLA Documentation. NEC FACET Center. How to get started. Study your assignment sheet closely. Ask yourself, “what does my instructor want?” Decide on a topic. Decide on a question to answer through research. Conduct research. How do I decide on a research question?.

By ronat
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The Mauldin High School Guide to the Research Paper for English classes

The Mauldin High School Guide to the Research Paper for English classes

The Mauldin High School Guide to the Research Paper for English classes. Introduction.

By lenore
(143 views)

Source Cards

Source Cards

Source Cards. Book with ONE author. Author. Cranse, Jamie. Title. My Dad. City & Pub. New York: Dell,. Date. 1999. Lines are skipped Punctuation is correct All info. is correct. Cranse, Jamie. My Dad. New York: Dell,. 1999. Source Cards. Book with TWO or THREE authors.

By zarifa
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An outline is: a short version of the speech that helps a speaker organize his or her ideas in two important ways.

An outline is: a short version of the speech that helps a speaker organize his or her ideas in two important ways.

An outline is: a short version of the speech that helps a speaker organize his or her ideas in two important ways. An Outline. A synopsis or skeletal summary is created Helps a speaker discover any weak or missing arguments. The preparation outline:

By grady
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English SOL Institute Elementary Writing Strand

English SOL Institute Elementary Writing Strand

English SOL Institute Elementary Writing Strand. Deirdre Purcell, NBCT Third Grade Teacher, Chesapeake Public Schools. 1. Elementary Writing. Key Points in Writing. Writing to convey a concise message begins in Kindergarten and moves through grade 3 when students will write a short report

By borna
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Hamersly Library

Hamersly Library

Hamersly Library. Next Steps. Source: www.rcet.org. Overview. Information resource usage and costs Transition from print to electronic distribution Library Strategies Collection Development Websites, E-journals and E-books Instruction in Information Literacy Comprehensive

By johana
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