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Transparency projectors are a thing of the past. Students are accustomed to visuals beyond text bullets. All educators should be familiar with the basics of good presentation design.

Transparency projectors are a thing of the past. Students are accustomed to visuals beyond text bullets. All educators should be familiar with the basics of good presentation design.

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  1. Presentation 21 MakeoverSilvia Rosenthal Tolisano
  2. Educa&onal  Consultant Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano GloballyConnectedLearning.com Langwitches.org
  3. Make-Over? Tools Design
  4. Make-Over?
  5. Why Presentation21 Make-Over?• Audience  are  there  to  listen  to  you,  not  to  read   your  slides• It  is  a  fact  that  we  remember  be:er  visual   informa&on  than  wri:en  one.• Mul&-­‐media  literacy  is  important  for  learning,   teaching    and  communica&ng  ideas• Hear  a  piece  of  informa&on  and  three  days  later   you’ll  remember  10%  of  it.  Add  a  picture  and  you’ll   remember  65%.• Photographs  give  an  emo&onal  connec&on Adapted  from  Presenta&on  Zen  by  Garr  Reynolds
  6. "Death byPowerPoint"
  7. Why Presentation21 Make-Over? Adapted  from  Presenta&on  Zen  by  Garr  Reynolds
  8. Why Presentation21 Make-Over? Adapted  from  Presenta&on  Zen  by  Garr  Reynolds
  9. Why Presentation21 Make-Over? Hear a piece of information and 3 days later, you’ll remember 10% of it Adapted  from  Presenta&on  Zen  by  Garr  Reynolds
  10. Why Presentation21 Make-Over? Hear a piece of information and 3 days later, you’ll remember 10% of it Add a picture and you’ll remember 65% Adapted  from  Presenta&on  Zen  by  Garr  Reynolds
  11. change in the classroom…Today’s students are demanding a Adapted  from  Bill  Sheskey  (p.197)  in  Curriculum21  (ASCD,  2010)  by  Heidi  Hayes  Jacobs
  12. It ain’t your grandpa’spresentation anymore…
  13. Colors & Fonts• Contras&ng  Colors  • Themes• Background• Fonts
  14. Tools
  15. rs h y y h o a p it p g r es al ta o ot u e yp uQ M T Q
  16. r s h y y h o a p it p g r es al ta o ot u e yp uQ M T Q
  17. VS .
  18. Quality Images• Stock.xchng• iStockPhoto.com• 123RF• Flickr.com• Wikipedia.org• Start Taking Your Own!
  19. Quality Images• Stock.xchng• iStockPhoto.com• 123RF• Flickr.com• Wikipedia.org• Start Taking Your Own!
  20. Quality Images• Stock.xchng• iStockPhoto.com• 123RF• Flickr• Wikipedia.org• Start Taking Your Own!
  21. Quality Images• Stock.xchng• iStockPhoto.com• 123RF• Flickr.com• Wikipedia.org• Start Taking Your Own!
  22. Quality Images• Stock.xchng• iStockPhoto.com• 123RF• Flickr.com• Wikipedia.org• Start Taking Your Own!
  23. Quality Images• Stock.xchng• iStockPhoto.com• 123RF• Flickr.com• Wikipedia.org• Start Taking Your Own!
  24. rs h y y h o a p it p g r es al ta o ot u e yp uQ M T Q
  25. de n! G ar To ols is a * oil P LN *S ding eeA *S ing ter * Wa ing eed *W ning ru *P anic O rg      * ting ar ves *H
  26. By  Chris  Lehmann,  Principal,  Science  Leadership  Academy like necessary and “Technology must be invisible” ubiquitous, oxygen:
  27. We  need  to  move....
  28. rs h y y h o a p it p g r es al ta o ot u e yp uQ M T Q
  29. “People  are  there  to  listen  to  you  speak-­‐  and  the  visuals  can  help  illustrate  and  back  up  your  point-­‐  but  no  one  is  there  to  read  a  load  of  slides  or  to  listen  to  you  read  them.” Garr  Reynolds  in  “Presenta5on  Design” Size
  30. “People are there to listen to you speak-and the visuals can help illustrate and backup your point- but no one is there to read aload of slides or to listen to you read them. ” Garr Reynolds in “Presentation Design” Fonts
  31. “People are there to listen to youSPEAK- and the visuals can helpILLUSTRATE and BACK UPyour point- but no one is there to read a ”load of slides or to listen to you read them. Garr Reynolds in “Presentation Design” TYPOGRAPHY
  32. “People are there to listen to youSPEAK- and the visuals can helpILLUSTRATE and BACK UPyour point- but no one is there to read a ”load of slides or to listen to you read them. Garr Reynolds in “Presentation Design” Color
  33. “People are there to listen to youSPEAK- and the visuals can helpILLUSTRATE and BACK UPyour point- but no one is there toread a load of slides or to listen to ”you read them. Garr Reynolds in “Presentation Design” FONT
  34. “People are there to listen to you SPEAK- and the visuals can help ILLUSTRATE andBACK UP your point- but no one is there to read a load of slides or to listen to you read them. ”Garr Reynolds in “Presentation Design” FONT
  35. rs h y y h o a p it p g r es al ta o ot u e yp uQ M T Q
  36. When we make learning transparent, we become teachers”. By George Siemens “Shouldn’t we be providing role models for our students about how to harness the power of Information and Global Communication”? By Alan November Fernweh- An Ache for Distant Places “Technology is not the End goal...enabling Learning everywhere is the Goal By Andrew Barras“It isn’t the answer anymore… it is the question”. By Bill Sheskey
  37. visual by Mike Fisher ~ Digigogy.com
  38. Ready? Image by Brooke Mobely
  39. by Laura Coughlin http://www.flickr.com/photos/coughlinlaura/7587096220/ No Fear!
  40. If we want ourstudents to have anaudience, we need tobe the audience for others!
  41. Theilliterateof the 21stcentury willnot be the oneswho cannotread and write, but thosewho cannot learn,unlearn and relearn. Alvin Toffler
  42. Reading, responding,assessing and monitoring’ progress on Student Blogs requiresP E D A G O G C A L C O M M I T M E N T
  43. “Insanity is doing the same things over and over again and expecting different-­‐  Albert  Einstein “ results.
  44. Change is notnecessary.Survival is optional.W. Edwards Deming
  45. Taking PersonalResponsibility to Participate
  46. Globally Connected Students NEED a Globally Connected Teacher
  47. http://www.flickr.com/photos/dkuropatwa/4766403166/
  48. Visual  based  on  H.Hayes    Jacobs  (p.18)  in  Curriculum  21  (ASCD,  2010)  by  Heidi  Hayes  Jacobs“The  way  to  modernize  our  work  is  not  to  use  a   computer  instead  of  a  typewriter  and  call  it   innova&ve.  It  is  to  replace  exis&ng  prac&ces.”
  49. Yo urTa ke es Im agO wn
  50. DigitalNatives?
  51. SwipingGeneration
  52. e-Readers
  53. Excitement
  54. Way of Life
  55. Let’s PaperTweet
  56. Inspiring ConversationArea of Interest Filter! TweetsQuality Information Tweets Tweets Tweets TweetsTweets Tweets Tweets Tweets TweetsProvocative Motivating Resourcesh:p://www.flickr.com/photos/verbeeldingskr8/3638834128/
  57. Did youKnow?
  58. Design
  59. The Big 4
  60. The Big 4Contrast
  61. The Big 4Repe&&on
  62. The Big 4Alignment
  63. The Big 4Proximity
  64. Textbox Add a textbox Add Transparency Add more Transparency
  65. “The  Concept  of  what  a  School  is  does  not   need  Reform-­‐  it  needs  New  Forms.” Heidi  Hayes  Jacobs  (p.9)  in  Curriculum  21  (ASCD,  2010)  by  Heidi  Hayes  Jacobs
  66. “The  Concept  of  what  a  School  is  does  not   need  Reform-­‐  it  needs  New  Forms.” Heidi  Hayes  Jacobs  (p.9)  in  Curriculum  21  (ASCD,  2010)  by  Heidi  Hayes  Jacobs
  67. “The  Concept  of  what  a  School  is  does  not   need  Reform-­‐  it  needs  New  Forms.” Heidi  Hayes  Jacobs  (p.9)  in  Curriculum  21  (ASCD,  2010)  by  Heidi  Hayes  Jacobs
  68. Big  Lens  App
  69. Be Prepared...
  70. Bleed Imagesoff the Edge
  71. Bleed Imagesoff the EdgeBlood!
  72. Image Cropping
  73. Color Coding
  74. Focused
  75. Make-Over? Tools Design
  76. People  who  believe  that  small  things    don’t  ma:er,    have  never  slept  in  a  room  with  a
  77. Your Turn!
  78. ResourcesPresentation Zen by Garr ReynoldsThe Non-Designers… by Robin Williams
  79. Study other Slide Designs h:p://www.slideshare.net/mscofino h:p://www.slideshare.net/djakes/   h:p://www.slideshare.net/garr/       h:p://www.flickr.com/groups/858082@N25/pool/ h:p://www.slideshare.net/     h:p://pinterest.com/langwitches/slides-­‐about-­‐ teaching-­‐and-­‐learning/  
  80. Scan to More Visuals…Less Text… More StorytellingDownload High Resolution White Space Style iStockPhoto.com Flickr.com 123RF.com Wikipedia.org Uncluttered Stock.xchng Tell A Story Metaphor, Analogie, Simile Use Less Text Visual Supports and Illustrates your Story Back up Your Story with a Quote Font Choices Affect meaning Color Contrast LArge Size, visible for Audience Color Emphasis Focused The Big Four Contrast Bleeding Images of the Edge Repetition Image Cropping Alignment Proximity Color Coding TExt Boxes Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~ GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  81. Quality  Images• iStockPhoto h:p://www.istockphoto.com/  • Stock.Xchng h:p://www.sxc.hu/  • 123RF h:p://www.123rf.com/  • Flickr h:p://www.flickr.com  
  82. Image  Credit• Overhead  Transparency-­‐  h:p://www.flickr.com/ photos/banlon1964/244377896/  • Transparent  Laptop-­‐  h:p://www.flickr.com/ photos/yohann-­‐aberkane/2836258475  • Non-­‐Linear  Learning h:p://www.sxc.hu/profile/clix  • Rules  of  Third h:p://www.flickr.com/photos/ unleashingmephotography/2529597352/  
  83. Educa&onal  Consultant Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano GloballyConnectedLearning.com Langwitches.org

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