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Dealing with awkward audience members

Last week I taught a course about operating systems to a group of four people. Small class sizes are great as course participants get plenty of individual attention. But they may be intimidating for the presenter. Pupils have more opportunity to ask about their specific area of interest that may be beyond the scope of [...]
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Outlandish introductions

What do you like on toast? A few times a year I’m given the opportunity to present a course offered by my work.¬†One of the biggest problems with the course is that there is very little interactivity built into it. One attendee described it as a “one way course”. Attendees do have the¬†opportunity to ask [...]
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