Digital Activism Training of Trainers
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2. Creating a Strong Training Agenda source: sylvar (Flickr) 3. How they learn... 20% of what theyhear 50%of what theysee & hear70%of what theywrite 90%of what theydo source: Edgar Dales cone of experience(presentation, slides, workbook, HW) 4. 1) Variety 2) Interactivity 3) Content Specificity 4) Review 5) Breaks Elements of a Strong Training Agenda 5. 1) Variety How can we create variety in a training? Source: specialkrb (Flickr) 6. VisualVariety -Powerpoint(text, photos, diagrams) -easel-video 7. -multiple speakers (guest trainers) source: sylvar (Flickr) -one speaker (lecture) -participants speak AuditoryVariety 8. ActivityVariety -structured exercise-free exercise Source: cleverCl@i (Flickr) 9. ParticipationVariety lead by trainer -lecture(1 active participant) -guided discussion/harvesting(all invited to participate but 1 is most active) 10. ParticipationVariety independent groups -partner(2 participants) -small groups(3-5 participants) -full group(all participate) 11. When should you use each? -lecture(1 active participant)-guided discussion/harvesting(all invited to participate but 1 is most active)-partner(2 participants) -small groups(3-5 participants) -full group(all participate) 12. 2) Interactivity 13. Interactivity =Increasing the number of active participants Source: www.aitc.mb.ca 14. 3) Content Specificity language culture technical expertise age interest/cause 15. Specify content for your audience
- Past experience
- Their causes
16. 3 Audiences How would you change your presentation?
- Lycee Descartes
- Rural womens group
- Government ministry
17. 4) Review 18. Why do review activities? 20%of what theyhear 50%of what theysee&hear 70%of what theywrite 90%of what theydo source: Edgar Dales cone of experience(presentation, slides, workbook, HW) 19. 5) Breaks 20. Participants need them! Source: nigelpepper (Flickr) 21. Breaks 1) Coffee breakevery 1.5 hours at least 15 minutes (20 is best) 2) Activity breakevery 30 minutes 22. Put the modules in a good order: 1) Simulation 1 hour Full group activity with guided review 2) Digital Activism Strategy 45 minutes Powerpoint presentation, small group exercise 3) Coffee Break 20 minutes 4) Lunch Break 1.5 hours 5) Mobile Strategy 30 minutes Case study (Powerpoint images), diagrams on easel, full-group guided discussion 6) Blog Strategy 30 minutes Powerpoint presentation, small group exercise 7) Video Strategy 45 minutes Powerpoint presentation, small group activity, selection of short videos 8) Social Network Strategy 45 minutes Guest speaker, case study, Powerpoint presentation, work sheet (partner exercise) 9) Introduction to Digital Activism 30 minutes Videos, full-group guided discussion 23. Powerpoint Skills source: sylvar (Flickr) 24. Common Mistakes Describe the elements of this Powerpoint. 25. Common Mistakes How would you change them? 26. Finding Images Flickr.comwith Creative Commons Attribution license orGoogle Imagesalways give credit! 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. Excellent Presentation How is this Powerpoint better? 33. Excellent Presentation only titletext vivid & descriptiveimages blank or simplebackground arrowsfor screen locations 34. The state of the art inPowerpoint (something to aim for) 35. Example: Larry Lessig Source: Mother Jones Magazine A technology theorist and university professorfamous from his Powerpoint presentations 36. How would you describe the style of his Powerpoint? 37. Simulation Your client has asked for a 3-hour training for university students on Facebook activism. 1) Create the trainingagenda . 2) Create aPowerpointpresentation for one of the modules (about 30 minutes long) 3)Presentthe module in front of the group. You have 1 hour.