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This is the powerpoint presentation to accompany the Angus College eOlympics held in June 2008. I demonstrated simple ways to make PowerPoint more interactive. With that in mind it's probably best to ...

This is the powerpoint presentation to accompany the Angus College eOlympics held in June 2008. I demonstrated simple ways to make PowerPoint more interactive. With that in mind it's probably best to download this presentation and its associated files. Go to:
http://www.rsc-ne-scotland.org.uk/learntech/wiki/index.php?n=EO.Angus

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  • Bringing Learning Objects to Life Carol Walker
  • A presentation program that creates slides, notes and handouts
  • Learning is Active Tell me, I forget Show me, I remember Involve me, I understand Chinese Proverb Source: How People Learn, Driscoll, Marcy P. http://www.ericdigests.org/2003-3/learn.htm
  • Interactivity in Practice
    • Learning materials which contain opportunities for the student to do things for themselves
    • Learning activities/sequences which encourage students to actively engage with material and to work collaboratively with others in presenting their findings (e.g. via interactive whiteboard)
  • Adding hyperlinks
    • Use hyperlinks to add:
    • extra information
    • hotspots
    • navigation
    • Student use :
    • write suitable explanations in groups and link to them
    • produce suitable screen tips for all key words.
    Earth Sciences Computing Theorists
  • Adding sound
    • Add sound to:
    • explain text
    • provide extension material beyond the text
    • Student use:
    • script and record sound clips
    • record group conclusions / arguments / viewpoints
    science computing basic skills ESOL
  • Adding video
    • Add video to:
    • explain text
    • provide extension material beyond the text
    • Student Use:
    • script and record video clips
    • record group conclusions / arguments / viewpoints
    Web 2.0
  • Other Techniques
    • Students have to complete:
    • Drag and drop answer structure
    • Images for PowerPoint / Word
    • Explanations for PowerPoint / Word.
    hospitality cheese health and fitness hair and beauty skin
  • 1. femur 2. tibia 3. humerus Q1. What is the largest bone in the human body?  Well done! (info: femur )  Incorrect! (info: femur )  Incorrect! (info: femur ) 4. fibula  Incorrect! (info: femur )
  • Using Microsoft Photostory 3 1. Import your photos into Microsoft Photostory 3 2. Add effects such as transitions (optional) 3. You can also add narration, music and slide captions (optional) 4. Export your project file as a movie. Import into PowerPoint Glasgow holidaymakers queuing to board the ferry to Rothesay, on Fair Saturday, 1959 Same day, 46 years later on Fair Saturday 2005
  • Holiday Makers waiting to board the ferry over to Rothesay The town of Rothesay is the principal town on the Isle of Bute, in the council area of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It features a late medieval castle surrounded by a moat and can be reached by ferry from Wemyss Bay which offers an onward rail link to Glasgow. The town was long a popular destination for Glaswegians going "doon the watter" (lit: down the water, where the 'water' in question is the Firth of Clyde) and its wooden pier was once much busier with steamer traffic than it is today. Text source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rothesay Click anywhere on the photo to play clip.
  • TechDis – office how-tos http://www.techdis.ac.uk
  • office online – clipart http://office.microsoft.com/clipart
  • flickr – online photo sharing community http://flickr.com
  • flickrcc – search for cc licenced photos http://flickrcc.bluemountain.net
  • source: www.gapingvoid.com