How to Facilitate Great Student Presentations

Ah, class presentations. They’re a source of pride, joy, frustration, despair, and everything in between for students—and their teachers too.

Facilitating presentations can be a great way for students to reinforce their own learning and teach their peers. Of course, there are specific skills that make presentations more effective and meaningful for both presenters and audience. This 2:16 video highlights some of the benefits and effective practices of student presentations.

You can also learn through this interactive demonstration of effective vs. ineffective student presentation practices. Once you’ve completed the activity, you can download an adaptable checklist (Word file) to help your students prepare for their next presentation.

Teaching Students to Teach

Share out: How do you help your students prepare for individual or group presentations? Let us know!

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