Whenever I go to a conference, I set up 2 column notes for each session or class I attend. On the left side, I take notes on the content being discussed. On the right side I jot down presenting or training tips.
At a recent conference, I had the opportunity to learn from some of the best presenters, and some of the “not quite ready for prime time” presenters. While I am still learning lots from skilled presenters, even after 20 years on the stage, I find that I also learn from presenters who are not yet the best. Their methods provide me with an opportunity to reflect on my own practices. Here are screen shots from my notes that show 3 things I learned (and you can, too!) from this second group.
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Anne Beninghof is passionate about teaching and learning.
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