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From Staff Room to Classroom: Level III

Presentation/Facilitation Skills

Robin Fogarty & Associates, Ltd. Professional Development 

Day 1 - Introductory Material


Welcome
Intro
Meet & Greet!
Overview - Staff Room to Classroom/Notebook
Agenda

Intro 4 Roles
High Five Walks
Match Up - C/C 2 Roles - Strengths


Mediated Journal
Goals
T-Chart (Partners - Prior Knowledge - Unpack 2 Roles)
First Impressions - Great Presenter M Journal Entry

Presentation Skills


Capture their Attention

First Impressions - Great Presenter
Circle/Circle
One-Minute Write (One Minute Write)
Intro Your Partner

Captivate with Information

Begin - Highlights/Insights
Rank - Presenting Session (top/bottom)
Story telling - Non-Verbal Communication
Reading Audience

Application

Presenting Professional Learning - Morph Grid I


Example

Topic of Choice - (or Tools for Schools - Generations - Jigsaw)
Use Morph Grid
Capture: Picture Book for Your Generation (Millennials - Oh, The Place You Will Go-Dr. Seuss)
Captivate: Use Pictures/Images - Of one of the Generations (Veterans - American Gothic)
Close: Film-You Tube "Shift Happens"

Activity

Capture - Dice
Captivate - Dice
Close - Dice

Topics -


 Capture -


 Captivate -


 Close -



Problem Scenarios

Accordion Book
#1 - #6 Three Alternatives
#7 Your Scenario

Close With Keepers

Closure Activity - Building Snapshots/Visual Metaphor
Door Prizes
Evaluation
Shake and Break! I Appreciate!

Day 2 - Facilitation Skills


Welcome
Intro
Meet and Greet!

Invite into the Interactions
Three Musketeers - Take Away Window - Day 1
Mediated Journal - People Search
2-4-8 Pocket or Purse

Involve in Interactions

Whole Group

Human Graph - Millennials or Nexters are Great Teachers! or Schooling is ___ than when I started my formal education.  Justify!
4 Corners Graph - Yellow Brick Road - Generation Savvy
Energizers - Create Energizers for Veterans, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials

Small Group
Decisions
          Roles - MM/Recorder/Reporter/Encourager/Miss Manners
          Create Other Roles:
                    Writing
                    Math
                    Reading
                    Science
                    Social Studies
                    Art

Models
Duos
           TTYPA... Shoulder Partner/Elbow Partner - Tell - Retell
           Think/Pair/Share
                      A/D - Interactive Discussions
            AB Partners - Pyramid Game
Trios
            Three Musketeers - Transfer of Ideas from Take Away  
            Window
            Partners/Observer - Day Before...
Quads
              CL Tear Share - SMART or Generations
              Jigsaws - ABC Graffiti - 4 Generations
              Expert Jigsaws - One Generation
              Projects - Conference Proposal

Individual
              Participant
              Product
              Reflect
              Apply
              I Appreciate

              PMI

              Mrs. Potter's Questions

Interpret the Interactions

3-2-1 Connect - Summary of Days
So What? Applications
Dial Information 4-1-1
Take Away Window - Commit to Two
Mr. Parnes' Questions

Application

Presentations - On a Facilitation Model - Whole Group/Small Group/Individual
What? Why? Who? When? Where? How?

Closure

4 Corners Graph - Justify
              Present Alone/Present with a Partner/Present in a   
              Small Group/Individual