This is a link to a presentation which Rob Madunicky and Danny Maas (Twitter @dannymaas) shared with Edmonton Catholic teachers in May 2010. It includes a bit of literature on graphic organizers from Robert Marzano, examples of graphic organizer assignments and activity structures, and practical tips for getting started and managing Prezi assignments with your students.
13 Interesting Ways* to use Prezi in the Classroom *and tips This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike 3.0 License.
I don't want to steal the idea, but here is an example of a mind map I made with Prezi and the blog post I wrote about it!
You can also watch these
two videos I made on Mind
Mapping with Prezi
1. Kinetic Theory Mind Map
2. Prezi Tutorial 90-
#6 - Use Prezi as a mind map (continued) Created by @asober
#7 - Prezi for vocabulary Type in the word to be defined and zoom in on the definition ... good for introducing, review, studying vocabulary. Add images to the words and Zoom into them, too. @vbek
#8 - Global Learning Collaborations Students from schools around the world plan and work collaboratively on Prezi presentations. @vbek by woodleywonderworks
#9 - Have Students Create Graphic Organizers to Understand & Represent Thinking Create & share assignments where students create graphic organizers collaboratively to create or respond to curriculum or ideas http://bit.ly/9NpYeB @dannymaas
# 11 Using Prezi to Study Urbanisation by Embedding Google Street View Videos I created this prezi to look at the processes of Urbanisation and Suburbanisation. I created Screencast whilst using Google street view, upload them to Youtube and embedded them in to my Prezi as Youtube Videos. http://prezi.com/7xoybadwy3r2/people-in-cities-newcastle/ Mark Rollins:- http://muppetmasteruk.blogspot.com/
Gradually reveal the wider context of a photograph by first zooming in on a small detail and then gradually zooming out. This is a good starter activity as it gets pupils to ask questions. http://prezi.com/osqkveggruux/civil-rights/
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Thanks for helping Tom Barrett Image: ‘ Sharing ‘ If you add a tip (or even if you don't) please tweet about it and the link so more people can contribute. I have created a page for all of the Interesting Ways presentations on my blog . The whole family in one place :-) Have you seen Maths Maps yet?