Teacher Tech Tips II--Presentation Tools to Excite & Engage
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Teachers, if you have been overusing PowerPoint as a way to deliver instructional material to students and have looked out on a sea of bored faces and yawns, then you are going to love this class. This class offers you 17 presentation tools to excite students about upcoming units, present information, and provide options for student projects.
In this course, you will find approximately 3 hours of screen casts (videos) introducing you to and showing you how to use each free online program. You will discover 4 categories of presentation tools ranging from apps that present information in a linear fashion to animation, video, and text presentation programs. And, within each lecture you will also be provided the link to the app site as well as written user guides (if they are available). Additionally, you will find useful information in the introduction and conclusion.
If you are a teacher looking to more fully engage your students when you present information. this course is for you. If you are a teacher who is bored with the same old Power Point student projects, this course is definitely for you. Sign up for this course today, and change your method of delivering instruction forever!
Who this course is for:
- This educational technology course is meant for any teacher, teacher-in-training, or student who wants to learn how to use presentation tools to engage and excite students, and for those who want an alternative platform to deliver instructional material rather than sole reliance on PowerPoint. This course is probably not for you if you have tons of time to find these tools yourself and are able to teach yourself how to use these tools.
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Rita Phillips started her career teaching English in Bend, Oregon in 1979. Since that time, she has taught at 3 middle schools, 3 high schools, and 1 community college. Additionally, the subjects she has taught have varied from social studies to career education to writing. Ten years ago, looking for a way to engage her students, Rita became an avid consumer of technology and incorporated many digital programs into her classes. Her expertise with technology was noted by her district administration, and she was made the technology integration specialist for three years, conducting workshops for teachers to help them incorporate technology in their classrooms. Rita recently retired from teaching in public schools, but her mission remains to continue teaching educators how to integrate technology in their classes to help prepare students for the future which is becoming more and more technological.