Confusion

Even the clearest presentation is likely to confuse at least a few audience members. Setting aside ample time to answer questions from the audience is an effective strategy to clarify your ideas. This interactive lecture uses a card-swapping strategy to help participants share any confusion they might have while eschewing the embarrassment that often comes from revealing a personal knowledge gap.

Key Feature

Participants anonymously ask questions about confusing and difficult aspects of your presentation. Answer these questions and use a simple strategy to help participants recall and summarize key concepts.

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