Skip to main content

Home/ educators/ Group items matching "Presentations" in title, tags, annotations or url

Group items matching
in title, tags, annotations or url

Sort By: Relevance | Date Filter: All | Bookmarks | Topics Simple Middle
Vicki Davis

Google Presentations - 4 views

  •  
    Google presentations is another alternative for presentations online. This can be collaborative (unlike some other options) and track changes, however, is a less beautiful version of Keynote/ Powerpoint. Google presentations has made dramatic improvements recently as evidenced by these templates that you can use and modify. If you're going to use Google presentations, I'd recommend starting with a template so the attractive features are already set for you.
yc c

Tweet Bubbles - 15 views

  •  
    TweetBubbles is a tool which can make your presentation more exciting by live feeding Twitter during events or seminars. If you use TweetBubbles, opinions and questions posted by the participants of the events will be over-layed on top of the presentation as tweets in bubbles. By integrating real-time comments of the participants into your presentation, you can make your presentation even more engaging. I hope you try TweetBubbles for your next presentation!
Vicki Davis

Online Presentation Skills - 1 views

  •  
    I'm speaking Monday at 4 pm as part of Blackboard Collaborate's distinguished lecture series. It is a free webinar and this is the link to go to to register. This is what and how I teach my students online and prepare them to present online. Every student is required to present online twice a year in my computer science class and once a year in my 9th grade computer fundamentals. IT is just as important as face to face presenting and in some ways could be more important as it could potentially have more reach for my students.
Vicki Davis

Blogging in the Classroom - Flat Classrooms - 1 views

  • The presenter, Konrad Glogowski, an eigth grade writing teacher, discussed his use of blogs as a "third place" for students to express themselves. The first place being students home, the second school, and the third, a sort of place where they are free to creatively express themselves. At the begining of the year, Mr. Glogowski challenged his students to "grow" a blog. He presented them a visual to assist them in planning their creation and, pretty much, allowed them the freedom to make their own product. He watched as the blogs and classroom community grew. Fellow students commented on one another's blog entries, offering advice and building fellow classmates confidence in their writing. Mr. Glogowski's role as teacher evolved into a reader of work and a partner in learning rather than an evaluator and expert of information. By the end of the year, his students had great pride in their work, bonded as a communtiy, and were better, more confident, writers. The likely hood that they would continue to work on their blogs and writing was extremely high. Mr. Glogowski's strategy and his educational philosophy towards blogging was a success.
  •  
    Excellent discussion about Blogging in the classroom from Rob Kamrowski on the Flat Classroom Ning. Rob says: "The presenter, Konrad Glogowski, an eigth grade writing teacher, discussed his use of blogs as a "third place" for students to express themselves. The first place being students home, the second school, and the third, a sort of place where they are free to creatively express themselves. At the begining of the year, Mr. Glogowski challenged his students to "grow" a blog. He presented them a visual to assist them in planning their creation and, pretty much, allowed them the freedom to make their own product. He watched as the blogs and classroom community grew. Fellow students commented on one another's blog entries, offering advice and building fellow classmates confidence in their writing. Mr. Glogowski's role as teacher evolved into a reader of work and a partner in learning rather than an evaluator and expert of information. By the end of the year, his students had great pride in their work, bonded as a communtiy, and were better, more confident, writers. The likely hood that they would continue to work on their blogs and writing was extremely high. Mr. Glogowski's strategy and his educational philosophy towards blogging was a success." This person did not attend necc, but watched Konrad present via ustream via Will Richardson's blog. Ascyhronous conferences are so important. Can we make it part of conference best practice?
  •  
    Overview of Konrad Glowgoski's presentation for necc.
Kathy Benson

Prezi - The Zooming Presentation Editor - 4 views

  •  
    Prezi allows anyone who can sketch an idea on a napkin to create and perform stunning non-linear presentations with relations, zooming into details, and adjusting to the time left without the need to skip slides.
  • ...1 more comment...
  •  
    Prezi is the zooming presentation editor
  •  
    just watched a presentation on prezi. a new take on an old(er) tool. nifty.
  •  
    Presentations in the cloud
Julie Altmark

Free Technology for Teachers: The Classroom Blogging Process - 5 views

  •  
     K12 Online Conference Sarah Sutter presented a great story of her classroom blogging experience. In the presentation Sarah covers everything from her first steps toward getting students blogging two years ago through today. If you're looking for ideas about using blogs in education, Sarah's presentation is well worth eighteen minutes of your time. You can find supporting materials for Sarah Sutter's K12 Online Conference presentation here.
David Wetzel

How to Beat the Fear of Losing a Presentation - 8 views

  •  
    How many times have you prepared an updated or new dynamic math or science PowerPoint or Keynote presentation for class and it would not open in school? Also, how many times has it happened to your students when it's time to give a class presentation? Now you need to postpone their presentation to another day, disrupting even the best planning.
Martin Burrett

Slides - Create and share presentations online - 9 views

  •  
    Slides offers an interesting twist on the online presenter genre... literally. The presentation can roll in many directions like a virtual cube allowing multi-track presentations. The site uses html5, so it works on most computers and devices. Editing is simple and you can share or embed your creations easily. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Dennis Richards

The Schools We Need Presentation - Chris Lehmann - 0 views

  •  
    The Schools We Need Presentation I'm in St. Louis, post presentation, and I'm pretty pleased with how it went. It's not easy for me to figure out how to talk to audiences that aren't made up of educators, because the question is always what is the balance between the universal ideas and the deep entry into pedagogy. Judging from the reaction, folks seemed to think that I struck a good balance today. I had a lot of people come up and tell me that I really challenged them to re-think their ideas about school design, and that's thrilling to me. A few folks asked me about strategies to get educators and facilities folks talking more, which is also really exciting.
Angela Maiers

Presentation Zen: Brain rules for PowerPoint & Keynote presenters - 0 views

  •  
    Brain Rules meets presentation zen! Great tips and reminders for presentation perfection!
Ben W

Mr. Presentation - 0 views

  •  
    A quick guide to making a good presentation using presentation software. Cute & fun.
Kelly Faulkner

Presentation Skills for Teachers - 35 views

  •  
    Great presentation on keeping our teaching presentations simply, appealing to our students, and to the point.
  •  
    a handy reminder on visually presenting material
David Wetzel

PowerPoint Presentations Beyond Note Taking: Education Technology Applications That Improve Student Learning | Suite101.com - 17 views

  •  
    The use of PowerPoint presentations in schools takes advantage of education technology integration strategies and techniques. However, student learning is not improved when these presentations are merely a substitute for note taking bullets from older overhead projectors. To take advantage of the power of this technology, the elimination of boring slide shows must be replaced with interactive story telling that keeps students engaged.
Vicki Davis

Central Nervous System-emaze-amazing presentations in minutes - 11 views

  •  
    Here's a sample presentation from eMaze. If you look at it, you'll see elements of Prezi and Haiku deck. These simple presentation makers add variety. I prefer to have multiple types of presentation programs to keep our work fresh and interesting.
David Wetzel

PowerPoint Presentations Beyond Note Taking: Education Technology Applications That Improve Student Learning - 20 views

  •  
    The use of PowerPoint presentations in schools takes advantage of education technology integration strategies and techniques. However, student learning is not improved when these presentations are merely a substitute for note taking bullets from older overhead projectors. To take advantage of the power of this technology, the elimination of boring slide shows must be replaced with interactive story telling that keeps students engaged.
Patti Porto

Ideas to Inspire - 0 views

  •  
    'Ideas to Inspire' is a collection of Google Docs presentations, which offer a large number of ideas for engaging lesson activities in a range of curriculum areas.The presentations are a collaboration between lots of fantastic teachers around the world.Choose a presentation to begin, or find out more here.
Vicki Davis

Presentation blogs : Speaking about Presenting - 0 views

  •  
    Top 10 blogs about presentations and speaking. Great resource!
Dean Mantz

280 Slides - Create & Share Presentations Online - 0 views

  •  
    PPT style presentation service. Can make PPT presentaitons on the web.
  •  
    A new web app for presentations that is receiving high reviews.
  •  
    A new slide web app that is receiving very high reviews. It works inside your web browser and has a very PowerPoint-like interface. I'll be adding this to my list of presentation software that we cover in my 9th grade course.
Vicki Davis

diigoeducation / FrontPage - 0 views

  •  
    Outline and presentations from the Diigo presentation at NECC that we did. I just uploaded my slides from this presentation.
1 - 20 of 558 Next › Last »
Showing 20 items per page