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How to create great educational content

  • structure your lecture reasonably, a deck should have between 3-10 slides - do not overstructure
  • a good lecture covers introduction, prerequisites, learning goals, references (books, standards, websites, conferences, workshops) as well as tasks and mini projects
  • choose neutral examples in your slides (e.g. books or history) these should be very well known topics, so also people in other cultures can relate to them
  • add at least one question to every slide, so learners can check whether they grasped the idea
  • avoid lengthy full sentences, package content in easily digestible doses, use bullet points
  • use speaking titles for your slides
  • illustrate your material with good examples and visualizations
  • beef up your decks with some nice images – Google Image search allows to search for CC-BY-SA licensed images

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