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Re: [teacherartexchange] State Art Teacher Conferences


From: M. Austin (whest177_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Sep 06 2008 - 07:30:00 PDT

Think about the workshops you have attended and what you liked/disliked
about those. I know I love getting handouts so I can be reminded when I get
back to my classroom & the entire conference has been a blur of excitement.
However, I HATE HATE HATE when the presenter prints off their powerpoint
notes and then proceeds to read the entire powerpoint to me, Heck, I can do
that! If you are presenting on how to do something, like a project, allowing
the particpants to create the project, or having a CD or handout with photos
is helpful. Be enthusiastic about your subject matter. Your goal is to give
the participants something new they didn't have when they walked in the
door. Good luck!
3-12 Kansas Art Teacher
HS Digital Communications
Technology Integration Specialist

>I am attending and presenting (for the first time!) at the Ohio Art Ed
>conference. If anyone has any tried and true tips for first time
>presenters, please send them my way! :0)
> -Lydia in Toledo

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