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This was one of my presentations given at the recent Teach IT conference in Singapore. November 2011. …

This was one of my presentations given at the recent Teach IT conference in Singapore. November 2011.
http://teachit2011.uwcsea.wikispaces.net/Workshop_02

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  • So often student develop presentations in groups, but one student does all the work whilst other students are disengaged\nAre group presentations a valid style of assessment (who did the work?)\nImportant 21st century skills - the pitch, the presentation (TOK is a good example, English Orals)\n\n
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  • What goes into the presentation is far more important that the actual presentation. \n Student usually begin by building slides with little idea about structure and sharing their thoughts.\n A group can collaborate on the content very easily - Google Docs, DropBox.\n
  • Google Docs is an excellent way to initially frame the discussion. \nCan see evolution of draft, give feed back and then ok for the group to create a presentation.\nCollaboration\n
  • All of the same functionality\nDrop and drag pictures\nSpeaker notes to prepare ideas, student adding comments. \n
  • linear presentation = linear thinking?\ncontent sharing via powerpoint. \nShouldn’t learning be about the connections between ideas? \n
  • linear presentation = linear thinking?\ncontent sharing via powerpoint. \nShouldn’t learning be about the connections between ideas? \n
  • How many presentations follow this format.\n Do student come back to their main idea? \n\n
  • Thinking about the pros and cons of fair trade?\nDoes this suit a more conceptual format?\nTOK presentations, or persuasive presentations do. \n
  • Thinking about the pros and cons of fair trade?\nDoes this suit a more conceptual format?\nTOK presentations, or persuasive presentations do. \n
  • Thinking about the pros and cons of fair trade?\nDoes this suit a more conceptual format?\nTOK presentations, or persuasive presentations do. \n
  • Thinking about the pros and cons of fair trade?\nDoes this suit a more conceptual format?\nTOK presentations, or persuasive presentations do. \n
  • Thinking about the pros and cons of fair trade?\nDoes this suit a more conceptual format?\nTOK presentations, or persuasive presentations do. \n
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  • Leave up on projector - link to wiki.\n
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    • 1. presentation tools to support collaboration http://tinyurl.com/ajm2011Created by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)November 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg
    • 2. How do you get students to workcollaboratively to develop a product?
    • 3. Separate thecontent from the creation phase How do you get students to work collaboratively to develop a product?
    • 4. Separate the Use a table tocontent from the summarise the creation phase content first How do you get students to work collaboratively to develop a product?
    • 5. Separate the Use a table to content from the summarise the creation phase content first How do you get students to work collaboratively to develop a product?Suggest tools that allow students to share the product throughout
    • 6. Separate the Use a table to content from the summarise the creation phase content first How do you get students to work collaboratively to develop a product?Suggest tools that allow At the final stage allow students to share the one student to add the product throughout final design touches.
    • 7. Content vs Creation ?
    • 8. Google Docs to summarise ideas
    • 9. Google Doc Presentations as a tool
    • 10. TypicalPowerpoint/Keynote
    • 11. TypicalPowerpoint/Keynote
    • 12. TypicalPowerpoint/Keynote How do you present in in a more conceptual and creative way?
    • 13. Does the students work show their conceptual thinking?
    • 14. examples of fair trade?evaluation of pros and cons economic implications What is fair trade?
    • 15. examples of fair trade?evaluation of pros and cons economic implications What is fair trade?
    • 16. examples of fair trade?evaluation of pros and cons economic implications What is fair trade?
    • 17. examples of fair trade?evaluation of pros and cons economic implications What is fair trade?
    • 18. examples of fair trade?evaluation of pros and cons economic implications What is fair trade?
    • 19. examples of fair trade?evaluation of pros and cons economic implications What is fair trade?
    • 20. up to 10 students at a time Prezi Meeting - https://bubbl.us/
    • 21. KEY PREZI FEATURES
    • 22. THINGS TO TRY WITH PREZI• Creating a prezi• Developing some text• Adding a picture• Drawing a frame• Making a path along the ideas• Changing the template• Inviting someone else to your Prezi Meeting - share a link with the person next to you
    • 23. ? What questions do you have?Created by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover) Andrew McCarthy | 25th AprilNovember 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg 2011 | twitter @ajmccarthynz

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