Do Teachers Have to Be Master Presenters?

Well? Do they? Not necessarily, but . . . if teachers want their students to learn fast, communication skills are the secret. If you think about […]

Your Story and making a presentation: Kevin Honeycutt

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New Speaker Mentoring: Why You Should Be Doing It! – Myra Roldan

This guest post comes to us from Myra Roldan, an Instructional Designer at Amazon. She’s also an upcoming speaker at our 2018 Realities360 Conference, where she’ll be speaking about […]

#GuildChat for 02/23/18: Presenting at L&D Events

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, February 23 at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is Presenting at L&D events.  Last week […]

I’m Speaking at DevLearn 2017!

I’m really excited to announce that my proposal to present “Agile Instructional Design and Development with Kanban” has been accepted for eLearning Guild’s DevLearn 2017 […]

Wilson Waffling Live is moving!

Wilson Waffling Live has been a regular event on YouTube for some time now, well for seventy five episodes to be precise. Although traditions are […]

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Stealing the famous quote from Martin Luther-King I would like you all to know that I have this dream. It's not a big dream or […]

Using Technology to Present “The Four C’s of Supporting New Teachers” – Resident Educator Tips and Tricks #CFS2016

On June 13th and 14th, I was fortunate enough to be able to present at the Battelle for Kids “Connect for Success” conference at the […]

The mesmerizing, attention-grabbing power of silence

I hate catching myself droning. It’s a nasty habit that I’ve acquired. Even though I’m trying to kick that habit, I still catch myself doing […]

The all-important first impression

For many trainers your audience will usually consist of unknown people. How do you make sure they start the training on the right side? I […]

Using Weekend Language to engage students

Fly through a dry list of literary elements or steps in the Krebs Cycle or features of an oligarchy and you’re guaranteed one thing. A […]

Presentation Tips for Students

Presentations are something you will probably have to do several times throughout your student life. Whether in high school, university, or even during workplace training, […]

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