Developing and Delivering High Impact Presentations - AAC #1906

When:  Nov 22, 2019 from 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM (CT)

Description

This course is designed to improve your development and delivery of high impact presentations through persuasion, storytelling and influencer techniques.  Explore the effective use of persuasion through three components: ethos - credibility, logos - evidence and data, and pathos - emotional appeal.  Assimilate storytelling and influencer techniques to impact communication and presentation skills.  Participants will deliver a short presentation to the class, receiving feedback prior to analyzing effective presentation techniques.  Participants will develop a second short presentation and deliver it at the end of the class; they will be digitally recorded and will receive feedback to enhance their presentation skills.

Participants will develop and deliver a short presentation to the other attendees.  Attendees will evaluate the presentations using a rubric provided by the presenters; measuring the appropriate use of the techniques and strategies taught during the academy. Participants will fill out a feedback rubric to reflect on their presentation and write summary statements on each area reflecting improvements for enhanced presentation skills.

This academy requires pre-work. Once you are registered, you will be contacted with your assignment.

Registration & Refreshments: 7:00am - 7:30am
Program: 7:30am - 2:30pm
Lunch: 11:45am - 12:45pm

PD Clock Hours: 6.0
Designation Points: 6.0

This seminar is held in conjunction with the 2019 IASB/IASA/Illinois ASBO 87th Joint Annual Conference. Academy attendees are not required to be registered for the Joint Annual Conference.

You may purchase Wi-Fi when you register for this academy. You will receive your password upon check-in at our registration table.

Due to changes in the Illinois State Board of Education professional development requirements, please be advised that you will be required to scan in and out to all professional development opportunities, in which credits are offered. Each attendee will also be required to fill out an evaluation summary in order to receive credit.

Questions? Please contact Lindsay Plath at lplath@iasbo.org or (815) 753-9350.

Location

Swissotel, Montreux 2, 323 E Upper Wacker Dr., Chicago, IL 60601, (312) 565-0565 

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