Being in front of a group of students can be frightening. Presentation skills is ranked as the number one topic of concern in T-Pulse's workshops, and so we've created an entire workshop to give you much more in-depth knowledge of the art of giving presentations.
In addition to a detailed guide to speaking in front of your class this Presentation Skills Workshop will also give you personal feedback on a mini presentation that you’ll give; there’s no better way to learn than by doing! Please note that this workshop is specifically designed to help you in teaching in front of a class and isn’t as applicable to conference-style presentations.
The workshop will run from 10:00am to 2:00pm on Monday, February 23rd and for an hour on Wednesday, February 25th (see below for details on the second day).
To register go to the Minerva Registration form and enter your Minerva ID and password. Click on “Registration for T-PULSE Graduate Teaching Workshops”. This opens the link to the ICS Training Request Form.
Space is quite limited for this workshop so register today! The first part is “TPW 400 – Presentation Skills - Workshop”. Everyone will attend this first part on Wednesday. Once you’re done click on "Submit Registration Request". You'll receive confirmation of your registration by return email. You’ll give and critique presentations during a one hour slot in the workshop’s second day, Wednesday, February 25th, 2014. Attendance on the second day of the workshop is required - The final presentation is the main point of the workshop. Scheduling will be arranged for the Friday session during the first day of the Workshop.
If you have any questions please email us at tomlinson [dot] project [at] mcgill [dot] ca.