The Science Of Presentations

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Published on December 30, 2008

Author: kevingee

Source: slideshare.net

The Science of  Presentations ©2008 Kevin Gee Consulting, LLC

Aristotle

Heavier objects  fall faster than  lighter objects

Heavier objects  fall faster than  lighter objects

Galileo Galilei

Scientific  Method

Both objects fall  at the same rate

Cognitive Theory of Learning • Limited Capacity – 7 Elements +/‐ 2 held in working memory • Two Modes – Visual – Auditory • Active Learning – Text, images, spoken words, recalled information held  in working memory – Contents of working memory assembled into mental  model

Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah • Blah Blah Blah – Blah blah blah blah blah blah • Blah Blah Blah – Blah – Blah • Blah Blah – Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah – Blah blah blah blah blah blah

Present According  to How People  Learn

Working Memory Cognitive Theory Mental Model Advance Organizer Factors for Effectiveness Familiar Unfamiliar Present  Limited  According to  How People  Capacity Learn Application Active  Two Modes Learning

Limited Capacity

7 Working Memory

Active Learning Spoken  Images Words Text Memories Mental  Model

Working Memory Mental Model

Images Text Narration

Visual Auditory Narration

Visual Text Auditory Narration

If you’re reading this… You aren’t listening.

Visual Images Text Auditory Narration

Visual Images Text Auditory Narration

Confusing words and images

“Any car which  holds together  for a whole race  is too heavy.” ‐‐Colin Chapman

Chunking 123 4 56 7 89 0

Advance Organizer Familiar Unfamiliar

Horseless Carriage

Exposition vs Narrative

Processing Memory

apply synthesize repeat sense Processing Memory

APPLICATION

Cognitive Theory of Learning • Limited Capacity – 7 Elements +/‐ 2 held in working memory • Two Modes – Visual – Auditory • Active Learning – Text, images, spoken words, recalled information held  in working memory – Contents of working memory assembled into mental  model

Cognitive Theory of Learning • Limited Capacity – 7 Elements +/‐ 2 held in working memory • Two Modes – Visual – Auditory • Active Learning – Text, images, spoken words, recalled information held  in working memory – Contents of working memory assembled into mental  model

Present According to How People Learn • Limited Capacity – 7 Elements +/‐ 2 held in working memory • Two Modes – Visual – Auditory • Active Learning – Text, images, spoken words, recalled information held  in working memory – Contents of working memory assembled into mental  model

Present  Limited  According to  How People  Capacity Learn Active  Two Modes Learning

Present According  to How People  Learn

7 Limited  Capacity

Active Learning Spoken  Images Words Text Memories Mental  Model

Multimedia Learning Richard E. Mayer

Universal Principles of Design Lidwell, Holden, Butler

Beyond Bullet Points Cliff Atkinson

Thank You! For speaker notes and references: www.kevingee.biz kevingee@kevingee.biz ©2008 Kevin Gee Consulting, LLC

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