Thursday, April 15, 2010

Best Sources of Advice for Making Good Presentations

Dilbert Feb. 22, 2010
  Here are teacher/blogger Larry Ferlazzo's best picks for helping our students do great presentations:

10 Powerpoint Tips for Preparing a Professional Presentation
Ten Tips For Students In Making A Good Presentation by Dr. Delaney Kirk (Thanks to Angela Maiers for the tip)
5 Ways to Ruin Your Next Presentation (thanks to Doug Peterson for the tip)
The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint
The TED Commandments – rules every speaker needs to know
Tom Peters On Presentations
From design to meaning: a whole new way of presenting?
Top Ten Delivery Tips from Garr Reynolds
Make Better Presentations – The Anatomy of a Good Speech
Really Bad PowerPoint by Seth Godin
Brain Rules For Presenters (thanks to EdTech Update for the tip)
The 10 Worst Presentation Habits

Bottom line:  simplicity is the ultimate sophistication

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