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Presenting using the p cubed method: A lesson in educational liberation

Presenting using the P cubed method: A lesson in educational liberation http://t.co/3BHtYGkeMy via @wordpressdotcom— Ken Spearpoint (@K_G_Spearpoint) February 1, 2015 It is always lovely to hear praise and good feedback and I am especially grateful to Ken Spearpoint  @K_G_Spearpoint at The…
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Presentations fail because even more science.

You don’t even read the slides you are reading. Part of your brain soon recognises that it isn’t possible to read a whole slide and that the important information is contained in the title. The bigger bulletpoints contain something of…
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One Hundred Posts!

Way back in March 2013 I published my first post on this blog site; “Your presentation is the product of its parts.” In it I discussed the p cubed concept that the best presentations are made up of a good…
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How to “do” a presentation #htdap

How to do a presentation is an ordered list. Please follow the steps, in order. I think you’ll find the result both illuminating and rewarding. There are lots of links to other posts that deal with the issues in a…
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Less is more

Less words.Less complexity.Less facts.Less bulletpoints.Less datapoints.Less graphs.Less clip art.Less annotation.Less slides.Less rambling.Less apologising.Less time.Less is more.

Guest blog- On becoming a better presenter

It is always encouraging to me to hear of colleagues who have put into practice their ideas on improving presentations and share their feedback.  In another guest blog Emma shares her thoughts. Please read and check out her beautiful slide…
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One small step for @ffolliet, one giant leap for @alicexelizabeth

I fully appreciate that the steps towards better presentations may seem simple and straightforward but it takes courage to make what may seem a giant step to begin the journey. Here’s another guest blog, this time from @alicexelizabeth  a medical student at Peninsula…
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I know, but could I really DO it…

I realise it is all well and good me waxing lyrical about “changing the way we present” but I probably don’t recognise just how hard it is to break away from established form and make that first “better” presentation. Various…
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Read these.

33 blog posts, about 80 page views a day and over 6500 total views suggest that some folk are interested in what is being written about here. It is a huge disappointment that there has been no discussion raised yet and actually…
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Download complete?

In considering the audience and what they expect from a speaker, too often the implicit understanding of the purpose of the presentation is of an information download. This directly affects the construction of the presentation with the speaker attempting to…
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