Hi Jayne, I really appreciated your post this week! Specifically I resonated with what you said about how crowded and visually over-stimulating slides can have us guessing at what we should be directing our attention towards – which is likely not what the presenter intended. In my write-up, I spoke to how it seems like presentations can be somewhat reflective of the behaviourist theory of learning as they typically have a prescribed set of learning outcomes. Further, this connection left me wondering how I could make a presentation to be more cognitivist or constructivist based, involving learners, and I think that your point about having a brainstorming activity, partner chat, or personal story would for sure achieve this goal! I know from personal experience that when I have the opportunity to participate in discussion with others and share my thoughts, I am all the more likely to be engaged. Thank you:)