Teaching public speaking online while meeting university transfer requirements is just plain hard. BUT, it’s a great way to increase enrollment, and makes this frequently-required-course available to a much wider audience of students.
Come hear what Lynn and other attendees have learned about making it easier, while sharing your own tips and tricks for greasing the wheels of teaching public speaking online without losing your cool (or your mind!).
Together we’ll explore the horrors of teaching speech online, and propose some fixes for such onerous topics as: the live audience requirements for video speeches, horrible lighting, audio, framing, camera position and video quality, along with developing grading rubrics that will make your speech grading life a joy. (Kidding! Grading speeches online is challenging, to say the least. We’ll try to at least make it less daunting, and maybe that’s good enough.)
Come join us to share some of your own online public speaking horror stories and wins, so we can all walk away from this session with at least one of our speech-teaching problems solved!
• Teach public speaking online with greater confidence.
• Avoid many of the pitfalls and mistakes the early online teachers of Public Speaking have made.
• Effectively address and eliminate many common problems inherent in teaching Public Speaking online.