"Failing to prepare is preparing to fail".
Here are some practical tips for preparing to give a research presentation at a meeting, seminar or conference - to help you to be a suceess!
1. Your presentation and paper should reflect a strong research bias. People don't attend a conference or research presentation expecting to hear your political views, slide shows of children at play, or to be shown teaching resources in the absence of a strong focus on research.
2. Work out a clear structure for your presentation, and have notes with bullet points to support the structure you will follow. Have a clear beginning in which you outline what you will present, a middle with the content, and end in which you review what you presented. Typical structures for a completed paper presentation are usually something like this:
To keep reading, login with your member's username and password
Here’s how our membership plans work
- Individual Members can view all the individual member-only articles and our library of Research Journals.
- Full Early Childhood Service Members (staff and managers) can view everything including individual member articles, ECE research journals, and management and business (Go to the Join Us page for more details)
- Research Library subscribers have access only to our online library of Research Journals (this includes all past and current journal issues).
If you are not yet a member you are welcome to apply now - it takes only a few minutes to apply Go to the JOIN US page