Interactive Classroom Presentations

Improving Your Concentration

The Concentration presentation uses a PowerPoint slide show and interactive activity to help students create study strategies for their academic success. This presentation includes information about different student concentration levels, explaining the importance of concentration, how to control distractions, and helpful methods to improve one's study time. This presentation is 45 minutes.

Is Your Attitude Showing?

This presentation examines the positive and negative ways we create our attitudes. By maintaining a positive attitude, an individual is able to establish personal, educational, and career goals. By examining our attitudes, setting goals and developing an action plan, we can provide for a fulfilling life. This presentation is 45 minutes.

The Student as a Learner - How Do You Learn Best?

We all have unique ways of learning academic materials. This interactive workshop uses the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to provide students with a tool to better understand how they learn best. This group workshop will explore individual learning preferences for: adjusting to different classroom environments, adapting to teaching preferences of professors, and developing your personal study style. This presentation is 45 minutes.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is used for career counseling, team building, conflict resolution, management development, and personal growth. It is the most widely used personality inventory in the world.

Your answers to these questions will help show how you like to look at things and how you like to go about deciding things. Knowing your own preferences and learning about other people's preferences can help you understand what your strengths are, what kinds of work you might enjoy, and how people with different preferences can relate to one another and contribute to society.

  • If you have a presentation need that is not addressed above, contact Educational Counseling and Disabilities Services (ecds@ferris.edu) to discuss your idea.