******Please take note that there needs to be a 1-2 page(s) transcript of the presentation.in a word document ***************
Prior to beginning work on this final project, read/review Chapters 1, 2, 4-9, 13, and 14 of Human Development: A Life-Span View, The Potential for Literacy to Shape Lifelong Cognitive Health article, and The Impact of Fun and Enjoyment on Adult’s Learning (Links to an external site.) article.
The PowerPoint or Prezi presentation needs to be 20-25 slides in length, not including title or reference pages. Slides must contain bulleted points and use the notes section to provide more information (do not put all information ON the slide). There should be no more than 50 words per slide, except in the notes section. You are encouraged to be creative and include APA-referenced and cited visuals such as pictures, graphics, charts, tables, etc. Your PowerPoint presentation must include a title slide and a reference slide. This includes the submission of a transcript as a separate 1-2-page Word document, not including title and reference page
First, consider the following scenario:
Your responsibility is to plan, design, develop and implement a teacher or organizational training session. Key factors of human development, cognitive development theories, and brain development in a selected age group are to be included, with emphasis on how these factors guide classroom or mental health practice.
Then, choose one of the following audiences for your training session:
Your presentation must discuss these three areas:
Your presentation or video must make clear connections between each of these three elements to classroom or organizational practice.
Your presentation or video,
|Population (Choose One)||Age Group (Choose One)|
|Gifted and talented (TAG or GATE)||Adults|
|Mental health||Senior citizens|
The content should be clear, focused and IN YOUR OWN WORDS. This presentation or video needs to be a clear demonstration of what you have learned from the course and your research.
The Teacher/Organizational Training presentation