People learn best in different ways.
Some learn visually. Some learn by reading. Some learn best from lecture-style presentations. The good news is that all three are available when learning through this 10-module financial literacy course.
Voiced-Over PowerPoint Presentations
Most people are familiar with PowerPoint presentations. They are typically used for lecture-style presentations.
I created PowerPoint presentations and then sat at my computer and recorded myself giving a lecture on each module.
I follow the script of what is taught in the course material but instead of having to read it, you are able to hear me verbalize the material.
One nice thing about learning from voiced-over PowerPoints is that you can stop the recording at any time, rewind, and view it/hear it again.
I am NOT reading the course material. It is NOT an audio book. As such, the learning will be a bit different and should supplement the written course material very well.
The things you can’t get from a voiced over PowerPoint presentation are facial expressions, hand gestures, true excitement, etc. That you can get, along with more storytelling, from my live recorded videos.
Roccy DeFrancesco, JD, CAPP, CMP
Founder, The Wealth Preservation Institute
Co-Founder, The Asset Protection Society