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I’m sorru but I did these in a hurry... Facts about keeping good presentations
What I’m standing here for? You are trying to tell something — what? People are trying to learn it — make it possible
What was all that about? Make it clear to yourself: what’s really important here? Make it clear to others: use structure to distinguish different topics
Learning People are different — so are their styles of learning Kolb’s learning model: reflectionconceptualization experimentationaction Active Logical ExperimentorThinker
Learners theory — practice general — specific hear — see think — do
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