MARK L. JOHNSON
Dr. Mark L. Johnson is a University Professor in the Department of Technology and Workforce Learning at Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS. As a Distinguished Toastmaster of Toastmasters International and as a national award-winning teacher, Dr. Johnson has been teaching people to teach for more than 30 years in and out of the classroom. He was named the national Technical Educator of the Year by the Association of Career and Technical Education in 2000 and has been named outstanding faculty 3 times by PSU. Most recently, he consults with numerous Apprenticeship Training Programs across North America, including the International Alliance of Theatrical, Stage and Motion Picture Employees (IATSE), the Utility Workers of America, the United Brotherhood of Carpenters, the Painters and Allied Trades, the United Alliance, etc., having trained more than 1,000 skill craft trainers in more than 30 cities across the US and Canada. He received his BSBA in Management and Marketing, his MS in Technical Teacher Education, and his Ed Specialist Degree in Industrial Education all from Pittsburg State University and his Educational Doctorate in Vocational Education from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
Over the years people have been lulled into believing that doing a presentation simply means preparing a PowerPoint filled with bulleted slides and then reading through them for the audience. Everyone that has sat through one of these presentations knows that they are boring and hardly anyone can remember what was said during the presentation. That is NOT how it was meant to be.This course will give you bas..