Tips for success:

  • When in doubt, rely on your source material. It is often better to have more material than not enough. This aids in having the answers the members ask for and remaining confident in the classroom.
  • Do your best to remain unbiased in class. Remember that even though the members will have strong opinions that you may accept or reject, your role is to facilitate learning and an exchange of ideas in order to present multiple perspectives on an issue.

The most important thing to remember is that a good presenter does not need to know all the answers; a good presenter needs to know how to stimulate discussion and guide the inquiry.