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You and your partner(s) will learn a bit about a learning theorist who's work has been influential to the field of Early Childhood Education.
For this project you'll have to:
- Conduct research to find at least three resources (other than course textbooks) that will inform you of the theorist's life, ideas, and impact.
- Design a multi-media presentation that is visually appealing and easy to read and understand.
- Create a short interactive assessment to gauge what your classmates learned from your presentation.
More information about the assignment and expectations will be provided in-class.
- Practice! Especially if you get nervous
- Stay organized from the beginning- think about your audience, what questions they're likely to have and what order would be most helpful for them to learn this new information
- Define new terms- if it was new to you it will probably be new to everyone
- Don't put everything you're going to say on your slide- keep slides simple, they should only work if you're there with them!
- Use big fonts so your audience can read the presentation easily
- Get excited about your topic, and try to connect it to your audience's experiences so they can be excited and interested too!