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This is an opportunity for the Level Two (Instructional Level) person who has created an electronic presentation of their own and wants to have students create presentations as part of the curriculum. Expect to work with others in the workshop to brainstorm about relevant topics that you could have your students focus on to create a presentation. Review strategies to teach the basic skills to your students so they can work independently and as part of a team. The power of this workshop is the follow-up session where participants can reflect and share the process and results of student presentations.

to be able to develop projects involving student presentations
  1. choose curriculum area and software for presentations
  2. align project to content standards
  3. use basic instructional design principles to teach project
  4. include mindmapping and outlining ideas
  5. include collecting data and compiling graphs or charts
  6. include searching strategies for information and images
  7. include procedures for grouping students, ethical issues and presentation techniques
  8. create a rubric to assess content, design, and delivery.
NCATE Standards:
1.3.3, 2.2.2, 2.4.9, 3.1.3, 3.1.13

ISTE Standards and Performance Indicators:
I. A., II. whole section, III. whole section, IV. A. and C., V.A., VI. A.

Types of Opportunities:
  1. eight to twelve hour workshop (small groups) and
  2. follow-up coaching or on-site session
Effective Professional Presentation, Inspiration, Data in Any formor its equivalent

This eCoach opportunity can be bundled with other opportunities in an institute with a focus on a particular curriculum area and/or grade level. Our coaches will include relevant eCoach guides as part of any opportunity or purchase any guide separately.

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