I have come up with 3 possibilities:
1. Submit a presentation demo that serves as a "course introduction," including topics that might be covered during the first day of class.
2. Focus on a more specific area, perhaps jumping straight into a discussion of planning an event, from conceptualization to execution. I could use visuals and anecdotes from some of the events I have worked on in the past.
3. Using a case study as a starting point. Perhaps I could come up with a hypothetical event, and suggest ways of dealing with certain circumstances that arise
What sounds like the best option?
I would begin with # 2. You want to make sure that your focus is on checklists or concerns that student might face or that they can use.don't focus too much on the info from your past. Remember the committee are looking for what you can bring to students.they know about your background from the interview or your resume. Good luck!
Def #2 Good Luck!
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