0.00-2.22: Introduction and how the Masterclass will work
2.23-5.39: How much do you already know about what language is important when building out the sections of your presentations? How much is enough/too much? What order should the sections be in? What about outcomes or objectives - are they important? Are you teaching or curating?
05.40-8.59: What happens when the language you use is 'off'? Detailed examples of what happens when
09.00 - 10.34: What happens when the language is structured well and chosen carefully?
10.35-11.47: The Activity: the 7 sections of a presentation that will be a quality learning experience: Why they're important, How you apply those ideas to your presentation or course.
11.48-14.24: What is the 'right' language? Structure, systems, Bloom's Taxonomy.
14.25-17.12: Section 1: Pre-test. The importance of finding your learners' pre-existing knowledge.
17.13: Section 2: Motivate. Using pain and gain points, showing the consequences of applying or not applying the knowledge they're about to learn.
19.33-21.34: Section 3: Outline: The importance of learners knowing what journey they're going on in your presentation. The magical number of bull.
21.35 Section 4-22.49: Theory: How much is too much? How to know exactly how much theory to give, to ensure they've got enough but are not overwhelmed.
22.50-24.50: Section 5: Demonstration: Using real life examples to really drive your theory home.
24.50-26.55: Section 6: Action: Getting your learners to APPLY their new knowledge, not just digest it. More on how to know how much to give your learners in any one presentation.
26.55-28.55: Section 7: Reflection: using the Pre-test to really cement how much your learners have learnt during the session.
28.55-32.47: Final thoughts: wrapping it all up, based on age old quotes from Benjamin Franklin and Khalil Gibran. Using action based outcomes, using questions instead of lecturing, and the time it takes to create a quality learning experience.
32.48-37.00: What's next? A simple solution for structuring all your presentations, and how that formula can spell out a range of offerings all based on your core knowledge and skills.
37.00-39.00: The importance of offering support: (group or one to one) when creating an online course, library or learning experience.