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    • What is Effective Technology Integration for 21st Century Learners?
      Chris Wallace
      Education 3508
      Fall 2010 Semester
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    • Planning & Preparation
      Select a topic
      Brainstorm
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    • Focusing
      Clarity
      Simplicity
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    • Purpose & Function
      Images  relevant/distracting?
      Text  verbose/off-topic?
    • Aesthetics
      Appealing, not distracting
      Effective
    • Humanity
      You as the focus
      PowerPoint as aid/reference
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    • Putting it Together
      PowerPoint Should:
      Complement
      Enhance
      Simplify
      your presentation.
    • References
      Casey, B. (2010), Creating Clarity; Designing Memorable Presentations. http://www.learnpipe.com/video/Creating-Clarity-Designing-Memorable-Presentations_e22e8e695c13f0f9b547d925535ee42f20075.htm
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