Unleash Your Inner Spielberg when Creating Online Lectures

Unleash Your Inner Spielberg when Creating Online Lectures

A presentation for higher education faculty about using techniques from the worlds of film and the stage to create more impactful presentations. Presented at EduComm 2011.

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Brian Klaas

June 14, 2011
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  1. Unleash Your Inner Spielberg when Creating Online Lectures Brian Klaas

    Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health bklaas@jhsph.edu 1
  2. Failure (not #fail) 2

  3. Two Principles 3

  4. Education = Narrative 4

  5. 5 Narrative shapes processing, anticipation, and desire.

  6. 6 Sensory and emotional cues shape narrative.

  7. Presentation = Production 7 JeremiahChristopher@Flickr

  8. 8

  9. Present a compelling story 9 Present in a compelling way

  10. Design is important 10

  11. “Positive affect enhances creative, breadth- first thinking whereas negative affect

    focuses cognition, enhancing depth-first processing and minimizing distractions.” – Donald Norman, “Attractive Things Work Better,” 2002 11
  12. Cohesion 12

  13. 13 Audio DH Kong@Flickr

  14. Techniques 14

  15. Pace 15

  16. 16 I II III

  17. 17 Jack English@Flickr Martin_Heigan@Flickr

  18. 18 2

  19. Space 19

  20. 20 mindmapinspiration@Flickr

  21. 21 justine.designer@Flickr

  22. 22

  23. Silence 23

  24. Dialog, Not Monologue 24

  25. Reflection 25

  26. Personal reflection 26 Why am I teaching this?

  27. 27 Collaboration Embed Apps Slide Linking Branching Assessments

  28. 28 Cost / Reward

  29. Resources 29

  30. Presentation Zen Garr Reynolds 30

  31. NoteAndPoint.com 31

  32. 32

  33. bklaas@jhsph.edu @brian_klaas Brian Klaas Center for Teaching and Learning with

    Technology Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health 33