Friday, January 18, 2008

Presentation Zen on JobsNote 2008

Garr Reynolds at Presentation Zen makes some great observations regarding Steve Job's keynote at Macworld 2008. He details six things we can learn from Job's to develop our own unique presentation style.
  1. Develop rapport with the audience.
  2. Give them an idea of where you're going.
  3. Show your enthusiasm.
  4. It's not about numbers, it's about what the numbers mean.
  5. Make it visual.
  6. Save the best for last.
If every educator could apply these lessons to their interactions with students, we would probably see enrollment, retention, test scores, and overall student performance increase.

Read Reynold's full post

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