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Sunday, March 6 • 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Powerful, Purposeful, Presentations

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We’re familiar with the speaking and listening standards, which build in complexity and expectation for students, especially in grades 4 through 10. But how many of us relish the idea of sitting through days of student presentations? If you are “bored” with Google Slides, Keynote, or PowerPoint and you might move students to another presentation tool, ask yourself if you would ever consider changing word processors to improve student writing.
Good presentations, like writing, are good by design. In this session we will look at some foundational yet flexible structure and design ideas which will help teachers approach teaching presentations similarly to how they teach writing. We will look at leveraging imagery and audience interactivity to make student presentations engaging and powerful.

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Josh Harris

Director of Educational Technology, Alisal Union School District
Joshua Harris has been in public education since 1999. He started in education as an ASL interpreter. From 2000 to 2013 he has worn many different classroom hats, and has taught nearly everything you can teach in a middle school. In October of 2013 he left the classroom to become and Education Technology Specialist supporting over 150 teachers in grades K-12, coaching them on technology integration.  In august of 2016 he became the... Read More →


Sunday March 6, 2016 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Room 27 2501 Alexandra Dr, Roseville, CA 95661

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