27 Presentation Tips For Students And Teachers [Infographic]

by Jan 29, 2017

There’s something about a great presentation. It leaves you thinking, pondering, and questioning. It excites and inspires. In short, it teaches you something special you didn’t know before. Shouldn’t all students be able to do that? Mia MacMeekin from An Ethical Island knows a thing or two about creativity. She also knows about student engagement. Just check out her infographics, like the one below. This one is all about presentation tips for students.

We’ve got 27 useful tips here. These are the building blocks of awesome presentations. Have some presentation tips of your own? What’s the best student presentation you’ve ever seen?

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