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JULIUS CAESAR AND THE END OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC POWERPOINT LESSON - TeachersPayTeachers... - 2 views

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    From the Teachers pay teachers site. "A visually appealing PowerPoint covering Roman History from the First Triumvirate of Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey through the death of Mark Antony and rise of Octavian. Each slide includes images and graphics that hold students' attention and keep them focused on the lesson. Topics covered include the rise of Julius Caesar, Pompey and the Senate's plan to bring him home, his crossing of the Rubicon, the civil war, his relationship with Cleopatra, his assassination, and much more. It concludes with an open-ended exit ticket that has students thinking critically about the things they learned. "
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10 Online Alternatives to PowerPoint for Creating Great Presentations - 3 views

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    A useful list of online alternatives that let you create interesting presentations on any device. By storing them in the cloud allows you to work on them wherever you are and whatever device you have. It is also very easy to share them or embed into other sites. They do not all have some of the flashier animations of PowerPoint but are still visually interesting.
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RSCON4 Presentation PowerPoint (yes I am using a ppt…) | An Ethical Island - 0 views

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    A great way to explain how infographics can be used in education
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Using PowerPoint for good (not evil)! - Klevar Blog - 1 views

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    In this post, I'm going to do a quick run through of some ways you can start to use PowerPoint to build engaging learning experiences.
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8 Unique Online Presentation Tools for Students| The Committed Sardine - 4 views

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    8 different online tools that may help students share what they have learnt and create interesting and appropriate presentations - from zooming presentations to animations to timelines,
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PresentationTube Recorder - 2 views

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    PresentationTube Recorder uses a simple and straight forward technique to capture your own PowerPoint presentations from the comfort of your home or office, and without the need to have Internet connection while recording. PresentationTube provides a FREE version and FULL version of PresentationTube Recorder.
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Record & Share your PowerPoint presentations | Present.me - 7 views

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    This is a great tool for teachers. It allows you to record your presentation slides and present it as well. As the website suggests, the effectiveness of presentations falls by 55% when the audiences do not see the face of the presenter. This is good for presenting information that you would like the students to re-visit. It is an excellent tool for those school thinking about flip classes, where the lecture component of the class can be completed at home so the practical component, the experiments, the collaborative workshopping of concepts can be done in class.
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Empressr - The Best Online Rich Media Presentation Application - 10 views

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    Empressr is a rich media presentation tool where you can tell your story anyway you like. Add photos, music, video, and audio, and share it publicly or privately. Post a link or embed your presentation. Empressr also has great charting and table tools.
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Digital Storytelling Teacher Guide - 11 views

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    From Microsoft comes this latest guide to digital storytelling using microsoft products. It includes links to a pdf download that has heaps of links to examples and other material associated with Microsoft products including PowerPoint, Photostory, and Windows Moviemaker amongst others. The page also inlcudes templates and other resources for teachers wanting to start out with Digital Stories.
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Microsoft Mouse Mischief - 4 views

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    Mouse Mischief is a tool that Microsoft makes available free of charge, and that allows teachers to work with Microsoft Office PowerPoint to make interactive presentations. With Mouse Mischief, teachers can add multiple choice questions to their presentations, and large groups of students can answer the questions using mice connected to the teacher's PC.
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'Teach Naked' Effort Strips Computers From Classrooms - Technology - The Chronicle of H... - 0 views

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    ollege leaders usually brag about their tech-filled "smart" classrooms, but a dean at Southern Methodist University is proudly removing computers from lecture halls. José A. Bowen, dean of the Meadows School of the Arts, has challenged his colleagues to "teach naked"-by which he means, sans machines. More than any thing else, Mr. Bowen wants to discourage professors from using PowerPoint, because they often lean on the slide-display program as a crutch rather using it as a creative tool.
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Pecha Kucha -Presentation Method - 0 views

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    Pecha Kucha (ペチャクチャ?), usually pronounced in three syllables like "pe-chak-cha") is a presentation format in which content can be easily, efficiently and informally shown, usually at a public event designed for that purpose. Under the format, a presenter shows 20 images for 20 seconds apiece, for a total time of 6 minutes, 40 seconds. It was devised in 2003 by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Tokyo's Klein-Dytham Architecture (KDa), who sought to give young designers a venue to meet, network, and show their work and to attract people to their experimental event space in Roppongi.[1] They devised a format that kept presentations very concise in order to encourage audience attention and increase the number of presenters within the course of one night. They took the name Pecha Kucha from a Japanese term for the sound of conversation ("chit-chat"). Klein and Dytham's event, called Pecha Kucha Night, has spread virally around the world. More than 170 cities now host such events.[2][3]
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