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State of mind is the intangible deciding factor in how presentations are delivered. It takes a certain level of hubris, but also a measure of humility, to strike a balance between confidently telling the audience what they need to hear or do and doing so in such a way that they might actually hear or do it. Truth be told, this part of presentation success has nothing to do with storytelling, facts, design or theatrics. This part is all about you, and most specifically, you on the inside. There are two questions every presenter should ask themselves as they prepare internally to step on stage. At its root, Why me? So now you have that, “I’m the man! Why not me? Why not me? If you honestly ruminate on these two essential questions, you should arrive at a place where confident humility is your state of mind.
Presenter’s Toolbox: Apps and Gear For a Successful Presentation. As someone who runs a presentation company and speaks publicly for a living, I often get asked about my arsenal of presentation tools.
I thought I’d give an inside look into what I use on a consistent basis. Here’s my checklist for a successful presentation: Pre-Presentation I’m a huge advocate of always having a back-up plan, so I carry duplicates of many items to make sure I can get on stage with no unnecessary glitches. Here’s what I use to prep and create my presentation: -Evernote for gathering all of my thoughts, quotes, and ideas -iA Writer is my go-to app if I choose to script out my content. 5 Presentation Predictions for 2015. Fun & Free Business English Courses. Preso.tv. The Call of the Wild - Curriculet. A visual exploration on mapping complex networks.
Vpascual.org. Reader View. Create HTML5 Interactive Online Presentations, Animations, infographics & banners - Presenter by Easy WebContent. March 2014 Features at Internet 4 Classrooms. Helping Students, Teachers and Parents Use the Internet Effectively. 8 (free) websites to create cool student projects online.
Creating an online project is a great way to help students to demonstrate that they have learned something.
Below you will find 8 websites that offer great options for any teacher and all are free to use. The first five have screenshots of examples that I created. Fake Movie Poster Creating a movie poster is a great school project. With this simple website, the task is that much easier. Students simply upload an image, add a few details for the text and then share their completed poster with the teacher.
Photovisi Here is another website to create great poster projects. Be Funky This site is better known for its photo editing but it also allows users to create photo collages. Poster My Wall Yet another terrific site for creating poster projects for the classroom. Mural.ly is a fantastic online tool that appears to be intended for business but would work really well in the classroom.
Create flashcards together with your friends and save a ton of time ! Educational News and Web Tools. 10 New Educational Web Tools to Try Out. March 8, 2014 Once every two weeks I feature here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning a list of some of the new educational web tools I have been bookmarking.
These are basically tools other teachers and edubloggers have reviewed in their websites and blogs and which I think are worth sharing with you and keeping you posted about the latest in the world of educational technology. 1- Exam Time ExamTime is changing the way students learn by providing free study tools for students and teachers.
ExamTime has been developed to help students make studying more than just a mind exercise. It can be a “do” activity.Students and teachers all around the world are creating Mind Maps, Flashcards, Notes and Quizzes using ExamTime. Mathsframe has more than 190 free interactive maths games. 3- Screencastify Screencastify is a simple video screen capture software (aka. screencast recorder) for Chrome. 4- Shareor 6- Wonderville Wonderville.com is the flagship product from Learning Core. Berufsethik und Berufsrecht. Wikis In Plain English. Resonate : Case Study: General Electric. Comstock delivered the presentation featured on the next few pages to persuade her sales and marketing team that “growth in a downturn” is possible (notice the contrast even in her title).
She wanted to move her team from the defeatist mindset of a downturn (what is) to believing they could innovate in a downturn (what could be). It’s common for her presentations to address the theme of navigating through the tension of innovation. Comstock sprinkles her communication with personal stories of risk, frailty, and victories, which makes her credible and transparent. She once even shared how previous GE CEO, Jack Welch, called her only to hang up the phone mid-sentence. When Comstock called his assistant, she was told, “He’s teaching you a lesson—that’s how you come across sometimes.”