One Common Mistake that speakers make is to try to cram 10 days' worth of material into an hourlong lecture. A much better learning experience is created by having the speaker pick three or four main ideas and then deliver them in three or four mini-lectures of 10 to 15 minutes each. Between lectures, the speaker should insert some form of interactivity. This approach was the heart of a presentation by Beverly Wood, MD, and Dixie Fisher, PhD, both with the University of Southern California, ...

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