Ignite Your Flipped Classroom
Instructional / Lecture videos developed by the Khan Academy and TED-Ed are awesome for those focused students in AP and Honors level classes, but what about the students that don't have the focus / self discipline to watch 16 to 25 minute videos to prepare for their next class? John Fallon can show you how to take your content and PowerPoint to develop 5 minute instructional videos for your Flipped Classroom.
Design Techniques for Presentation Success--- Designing Your Message...
In presentations, without your stories, humor and passion, you'll just be another one of those mediocre presenters presenting those same old boring presentations containing messages that no one will remember after they leave the hall. You might as well have sent your presentation as an email or an interoffice document. With John Fallon, learn to discover your core message, find / develop the personalized stories you need to make your core message impactful then learn to deliver your message with passion and the skill of a pro.
Design Techniques for Presentation Success--- Designing Your Platform Skills...
Developing the message and the digital storytelling that supports your message is only part of the presentation equation. The physical and vocal skills that you possess to communicate with your audience are essential for message delivery. Join John Fallon as we discover the skills we have and the skills we need to be more effective and engaging presenters.
Design Techniques for Presentation Success--- 10 Hands On Tips for Designing Your PowerPoints...
Let's face it. We've all experienced it. It's the PowerPoint presentation we never, ever wanted to endure. PowerPoint presentations can make or break a message, a sale or a training session. All it takes is a combination of poor graphics, text, colors, images and animations to completely turn your audience off. When the audience is turned off, the message isn't delivered. Through this humorous, engaging and entertaining keynote, learn some of the elements that combine to create an outstanding PowerPoint presentation. Breakout sessions and workshops following the keynote are also available. Let's move your PowerPoint presentations to the next level! For more info on PPT Design, visit   PPT4Teachers.
Refine and Design Techniques for Presentation Success--- The Elevator Pitch...
An elevator pitch or elevator speech is an overview of a product, service, person, group or organization, or project and is often a part of a fundraising, marketing communications, brand, or public relations program. But... elevator pitches are also used in many other situations. Personal uses include job interviewing, dating, and summarizing professional services.You've got 30 to 60 seconds to effectively present yourself and your ideas to others in any one of these areas. Can you effectively deliver that message? This session will hone your skills and make your next elevator pitch successful.
Design Techniques for Presentation Success--- Pecha Kucha presentations....
What is Pecha Kucha??? PechaKucha is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images forward automatically and you talk along to the images. The difficulty comes when your message construction, delivery skills and technology collide in an unforgiving timed scenario. Your entire presentation takes only six minutes and forty seconds. Do you have the ability to consistently deliver an effective PK presentation? Do you know the secret for success? This session will not only hone your presentation delivery skills but also allows you to gain the needed confidence to be successful.
Design Techniques for Presentation Success--- Interview Techniques.... (for Interviewers / Interviewees)
As an interviewee, imagine you have just received an invitation to a job interview. How do you normally feel? Elated, inspired and raring to go? Or are you terrified, resigned to your fate and overcome with a sense of impending doom? As an interviewer, the future success of your selection may reflect on your your credibility. Ask yourself the question, "Are you skilled enough as an interviewer to be successful"? How important do you view interviews? The interview process can make you nervous and uncomfortable whether you're the interviewer or the interviewee. In either position, you could wind up blowing it and missing out on some great opportunities. The keys to interviewing successfully are being prepared for the answers you may face, being aware of the goals, and experience. Sessions are different for both interviewer and interviewee, but these two sessions will give the you the information and experience to be successful in your next interview situation. (Meeting planners--- please be precise on which session, interviewer or interviewee will be more beneficial for the audience members).
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