- Introduce yourself: Start your presentation with a brief introduction of you, your project, and your topic.
- Briefly describe your project. Include the project’s target audience, its goals and objectives as well as the implementation methods.
- Plan your project: Include in this discussion the phases of planning, such as the assessment of needs, selection of objectives for learning, and development of strategies.
- Discussion of development: Discuss your development phase, which includes the creation of resources and materials, selection of activities and methods, as well as the piloting phase.
- Discussion of the Implementation Phase: Discuss your implementation phase, including strategies to reach out to the audience and the delivery methods. Also, describe any obstacles you encountered.
- Talk about the evaluation stage: Explain the phase in which you evaluated your project. Include the method used to evaluate the impact of education and data collected.
- The outcomes are important: You should discuss the project’s outcomes, such as the success of your project and what lessons you learned.
- Give a summary: Include your key findings and implications in practice. Also, make any suggestions for future projects.
Include visuals relevant to your project in your PowerPoint presentation. These can be charts, graphs or images to illustrate important points. Be sure to speak clearly and at a pace that is appropriate. Last but not least, ensure that your presentation captures and engages the audience.