Date(s) - 10/28/2021
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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There are 3 spaces reserved, 17 are still available.
This is a synchronous, online workshop using Zoom.
Presentation assignments can be rather complex assignments as they involve the individual or group members in an assignment (perhaps a written paper, design, performance, etc.) as well as the preparation for and presentation of the learning you’ve required. What happens when they present? Who is learning from class presentations?
Frequently, we focus on the presenters and the listeners and their learning the “day of the presentation” are often left up to exposure to or absorption of new information.
How can we maximize the process of creating class presentations as well as the “product” they complete, while increasing engagement and quality, and achievement of specific outcomes for all learners in the course?
By the end of this face-to-face workshop, Class Presentations: Who is Learning? you should be able to:
- Identify the common pitfalls of class presentations
- Design learning processes and products of presentations assignments
- Design effective presentations assignment outcomes for both listeners and presenters
- Design presentation assignments that align with course outcomes and sustain engagement
- Design effective scaffolding of a presentation assignment
- Ensure engagement and learning during class presentations
- Effectively design and assess class presentation processes and products using effective criteria and rubrics for presentation and embed effective presentation feedback
- Design an effective course grading scheme that supports all aspects of your presentation assignment and accountability for listeners and presenters
You may want to access any course materials in which you have assigned presentations, or just start building one fresh at this session!