Presentation Tennis: Teaching Well — a story of contrasts

This is a collaborative project where members of our community volunteered to create one slide in a slide deck for a presentation called: Teaching Well. The presentation is a series of contrasts; pairs of slides exploring the theme: What does teaching well look like? What does it look like when someone is not teaching well? Once the slide deck has been fully assembled anyone can use the slides to create a Slidecast; a podcast synchronized to the slide deck that plays automatically. Each tennis lessons slidecast will be a maximum of 5 min 15 sec; 15 seconds per slide. All the slidecasts will be archived here.

There are lots of reasons for doing this: thinking about what it means to teach well, what it means not to, building community by co-creating something valuable, develop presentation skills, develop design skills, but the main reason is to have fun together!


SLIDE
DATE
CONTRIBUTOR
Slide 1&2
11 January 2009
Darren Kuropatwa
Slide 3
12 January 2009
Jenny Luca
Slide 4
13 January 2009
Carey Pohanka
Slide 5
14 January 2009
Derrick Willard
Slide 6
15 January 2009
Susan Carter Morgan
Slide 7
16 January 2009
Collegiate School's PLP Team

Slide 8
17 January 2009
Hiram Cuevas
Slide 9
18 January 2009
Jennifer Clark Evans
Slide 10
19 January 2009
Chris Carrillo
Slide 11
20 January 2009
Adrian Camm
Slide 12
21 January 2009
Pam Arvanitakis
Slide 13
22 January 2009
Matt Scully
Slide 14
23 January 2009
Tania Sheko
Slide 15
24 January 2009
Susanne Nobles
Slide 16
25 January 2009
Bruce Carr
Slide 17
26 January 2009
Jake Cohen
Slide 18
27 January 2009
Paula White
Slide 19
28 January 2009
Jenny Luca
Slide 20
29 January 2009
Melanie Hutchinson and Alex Ragone
Slide 21
30 January 2009
Amanda Ritter