More audio visual advice: Teaching with the use of audio visual equipment requires a different approacch to presenting materials. Some good ideas include presenting one concept at a time, and having only one speaker at a time. Slow down your pace a bit. Use pauses to let your concepts sink in. Minimize distractions by drawing the blinds and closing the door. And don't just read what's on your slides. Your verbal presentation is most interesting when you augment the information on the slides with commentary.
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