Live with Teepa Snow – Presenter Webinar Series
September 24 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm EDT
One event on August 27, 2019 at 5:30pm
One event on September 24, 2019 at 4:00pm
One event on October 16, 2019 at 4:30pm
One event on November 13, 2019 at 4:00pm
One event on December 19, 2019 at 4:00pm
This engaging and lively series offers a look into the inner workings of how Teepa does what she does on stage. Changing people’s lives and ways of thinking with just your presence and your information is no easy task. Join the series for a behind the scenes tour of how Teepa reaches audiences of all types, day in and day out. You will work with Teepa and PAC Mentors in whole group sessions and smaller, breakout sessions to allow you to practice and grow your presentation skills on Teepa’s dementia content. It all involves her use of the Adult Experiential Learning Cycle (AELC), awareness and respect for various personality traits and learning preferences, combined with environmental awareness and management.
Come prepared to:
- Experience something
- Share about it
- Process it
- Connect the dots
- Apply it to your life
$120 for six sessions — Limited to 60 attendees
There’s still room left! Purchase access to the remaining live sessions and catch up on the previous sessions by watching the recordings!
Dates and Times: 7/9 @ 4-5:30 pm ET; 8/27 @ 5:30-7 pm ET; 9/24 @ 4-5:30 pm ET; 10/16 @ 4:30-6 pm ET; 11/13 @ 4-5:30 pm ET; 12/19 @ 4-5:30 pm ET
For PAC Trainers who are seeking an Advanced Trainer designation, successful completion of this series is part of the requirement.
Part A: Presenting with a Goal in Mind: Keep Your Eye on the Prize While Keeping Up with Your Audience – awareness, knowledge, or skill?
Part B: Setting the Stage: Creating an Environment that Supports Learning – trading spaces
Part A: Get YOU Ready: Practicing Out Loud and with Your Body Moving – Outline Only
Part B: Using AV as a Touchstone, not a Crutch – What Do You Show? When, Where, and Why?
Part A: Working on Your Voice to Gain Skill in Rhythm and Projection
Phrasing, Pauses, Word Choices, Inflection, Depth, and Volume Control
Part B: Using Visual Cues and Movements to Aid in Memory and Interest – Muscle Memories for You and the Audience
Part A: Working with Audience Partners – Using Role Play and Interaction – Finding the One
Part B: Responding to Questions and “What Ifs?” to Encourage Group Learning
Part A: Using Humor and Laughter – What is Healthy and Helpful and What is Not?
Part B: The Art of Sharing a Story: What’s the Point and How Do You Get There?
Part A: Creating Experiences that Foster AELCs for All
Part B: Finding Emotional and Intellectual Connections to Ignite the AH HAs!