Webinar | June 2013
Date: Thursday, June 6, 2013
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Registration: Please scroll to the bottom for registration details
Presenter: Corrinne Fisher, Associate Director, Professional Learning Services, NAFSA: Association of International Educators
Corrinne Fisher (Corrie) brings over 17 years experience working as a trainer, educator, and instructional designer. Since 2007, Corrie has served NAFSA’s Professional Learning Services department developing workshop curriculum, webinars, and e-learning, as well as developing the training programs for the NAFSA Academy for International Education, the Management Development Program, and Trainer Corps. Prior to NAFSA, Corrie worked for seven years at Reading Is Fundamental, creating many of their national publications and training programs. Corrie has delivered training in over 30 different states and countries and has presented at national conferences such as NAFSA: Association of International Educators, Head Start, and the Birth to Three Institute. She is a former Peace Corps volunteer who taught English as a second language in Bulgaria. Corrie has a M. Ed from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a B.A. in French and Spanish education from Western Michigan University.
Learning is at the center of growth and development for any organizationundefinedbut we often overlook the importance of effective teaching. Our reliance on old, outdated, one-size-fits-all approaches stands in the way of progress and learning. When we plan our presentations, we focus on what we know instead of what the learner needs to know. This is a critical shift in perspective, but how do you use the learner perspective to develop your presentation?
This webinar will take you through three stages of presentation development, introduce four tools to help you prepare your presentation, and bring you 60 minutes closer to developing a learning experience that feels “just right” for your learner.
Following this webinar, you will be able to:
1. Build a learner profile that highlights the specific needs of your audience.
2. Adjust your content to address needs and preferences of your learners.
3. Audit your content for “fit” before you roll it out in front of your audience.
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