We have already discussed an annotated Table of Contents, which can be one quick and relatively easy reference guide for a facilitator.
Another option is an annotated print out of PowerPoint slides.
As a long-time user of overheads, I was used to being able to leaf through my prepared overheads (as many of you know, these were primarily cartoons!). When I went to PowerPoint, I was suddenly at a loss as to what visuals were in store. So I started to print them off in black and white, 9 slides to a page.
I can then annotate them with times, methods, handout materials, and participant manual page numbers. I have found it is the fastest way for me … Read the rest