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    • l o a d i n g
      T h i s i s a n o n-F l a s h m u l t i m e d i a
    • James here, is an experienced teacher.
      Being the resourceful teacher he is, he jumped in the ICT for education wagon.
    • He is good with PowerPoint.
      His colleagues complimented on his creations.
    • He caught students’ interest with the technology used.
      BUT recently…
    • …students have lost interest in his presentations.
      They no longer look forward to his classes.
    • We as teachers share the same predicament.
    • Why would our students not be attracted to teaching aids like...
    • These?
    • Because...
      WE ARE NOT THEM
    • studentswant
      Flashy visuals similar to what they are exposed to on TV. Internet . Video games
      Color combinations similar to what they are exposed to with current trends and fads
      Schemas that they can relate to such as pop culture and icons . Interactive games .
    • If we bring these into the classroom, students will pay more attention and be more eager to learn.
      And to fulfill this goal we have to be
    • CREATIVE & INNOVATIVE
    • Do we have to be a computer expert to teach using ICT?
      How to use the PowerPoint to its fullest potential
    • Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Do we have to be a computer expert to teach using ICT?
      How to use the PowerPoint to its fullest potential
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
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    • ICT
      • Creativity is a dwindling aspect in creating CGTAs
      • CGTAs outperform traditional teaching aids
      • CGTAs have potential to grab attention
      • Attention/interest is not a constant variable
      • Attention/interest is governed by trends and lifestyles
      • Trends and lifestyles are much portrayed using ICT
      • Therefore ICT is a good medium for teaching
      • But are we using it the right way?
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
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    • ICT
      • Students are more exposed to ICT elements and the creative ways they are being used
      • Trendy teen websites
      • Interactive games and forum boards
      • Flashy animation
      • Net youth culture (Blogging, netpal, chats)
      • Themes, colors, layouts, etc.
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      • Students have advanced in ICT further than teachers and educators
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    • ICT
      • This paper discusses on ways of improving CGTAs
      • Finding out ‘attention grabbers’ of students
      • Debunking the ‘ICT for experts’ myth
      • A guide for the average teacher
      • Using PowerPoint creatively
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
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    • ICT
      • Is creativity trained or an inherited trait?
      • Creativity being discussed here is one that has a purpose
      • Creativity in ICT to teach students
      • Creativity to grab students’ attention so that they are able to learn
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
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    • ICT
      • Creativity is in the eye of the beholder
      • A good first impression is the first step to initiating learning
      • We must take into consideration students’ ICT schemas
      • ICT elements that never fail to grab attention are ‘attention grabbers’
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      Creativity in the eye of the beholder
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    • ICT
      • ‘Attention grabbers’ are integral components of CGTAs
      • This paper proposes a taxonomy of ‘attention grabbers’ collected from surveys, observations and experience
      • Useful when creating a PowerPoint generated teaching aid
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      Attention grabbers
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    • ICT
      • Layout / Organisation (template)
      • Themes
      • Color combinations
      • Thematic concepts
      • Text schemes
      • Visual graphics and audio
      • Content
      • Youth connotations
      • Fun and games / humor
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      A proposed TAXONOMY
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    • ICT
      • ‘Attention grabbers’ governed by trends and lifestyles
      • ‘Attention grabbers’ determined by age and gender
      • This paper deals with ‘attention grabbers’ that can be used for all (universal)
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
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    • ICT
      • For youths, the internet is a medium of play and social interactions
      • Internet is a lifestyle . a trend . a society
      • Social niches : noob . l337 . hax0r
      • We are pushing our ideals on how youths should use the internet instead of accepting youth’s ideals of it
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      The INTERNET as Guidance
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    • ICT
      • Do research on what elements of the internet are ‘attention grabbers’
      • Use these ‘attention grabbers’ in CGTAs.
      • Basically we use internet as a guide to understanding the youth ICT culture
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      The INTERNET as Guidance
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    • ICT
      • Knowing the internet youth culture is a prerequisite to creating CGTAs
      • Googling helps narrow the search for elements
      • Observe teen websites to see how they are constructed and what they offer
      • Be involved in youth ICT socio-culture
      • Download plug-ins to broaden your abilities
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      The INTERNET as a Resource
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    • ICT
      • Survey : Every teacher knows PowerPoint
      • But most only use it for one-way presentations
      • We must ACCEPT the fact that it needs constant exploration to unlock versatility
      • We must BE FAMILIAR with it through trial and errors and the proposed guideline
      • APPLY creativity with using it in lessons
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      POWERPOINT as a teaching medium
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    • ICT
      • PowerPoint meant to be one-way presentations
      • But there is more to it . We must push it to its fullest potential
      • Its versatility is endless provided we use creativity and innovativeness
      • PowerPoint is losing its attraction. Be creative to return back its value in education
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      POWERPOINT as a teaching medium
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    • ICT
      • Flash has outclassed PowerPoint and stole its youth audience
      • PowerPoint can fight back by bringing in elements of Flash into it
      • A rational choice because many teachers are literate in PowerPoint
      • PowerPoint CAN mimic Flash
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      POWERPOINT as a teaching medium
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    • ICT
      • Transform one-sided PowerPoint into a two-sided dynamic multimedia
      • Hyperlinks – add interaction through pressing buttons
      • Makes answering in text a possibility
      • Creating games, tests and puzzles
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      POWERPOINT as an interactive tool
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    • ICT
      • PowerPoints can be brought home
      • Hyperlinks direct students to tasks
      • Hyperlinks direct students to responses
      • As e-books or e-notes
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      POWERPOINT as a home teacher
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    • ICT
      • Objective questions are possible with ‘Hyperlinks’
      • Feedback can be given on the spot
      • It can portray animated graphics (movies) to test students
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      POWERPOINT as an assessment tool
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    • ICT
      • To find out ‘attention grabbers’ for students
      • To find out what teachers are doing wrong
      • To find out any conflicts between each party’s idea of ‘attention grabbers’
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      Why the study was carried out
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    • ICT
      Top 3 important factors for students
      • Organised layout 69%
      • Nice animation 59%
      • Interesting colors 48%
      • Fun and humorous 48%
      Top 3 important factors for teachers
      • Organised layout 92%
      • Specific theme 69%
      • Fun and humorous 69%
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      Data and Findings
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    • ICT
      Best THEMES for students
      • Retro/ Psychedelic/ Funky 66%
      • Modern (futurist) 41%
      • Zen/ Japanese 31%
      • Tri-color 31%
      Best THEMES for teachers
      • Modern (futurist) 38%
      • Black & white 23%
      • Bright colors 15%
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      Data and Findings
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    • ICT
      Worst THEMES for students
      • Black and white 35%
      • Yellow black 24%
      • Floral 14%
      • Bright colors 14%
      Worst THEMES for teachers
      • One color 92%
      • Tri-color 88%
      • Retro/ psychedelic/ funky 88%
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      Data and Findings
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    • ICT
      • Several contradictions between opinions
      • Hence, CGTAs do not work and sometimes work against the lesson
      • 1st concern Teachers totally disregard color combinations
      • 2nd concern Conflicting opinions regarding themes
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      Findings Discussed
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    • ICT
      • Teachers tend to go for black and white .
      • Students go for color explosions (retro/funky)
      • 3rd concern Teachers are literate in PowerPoint but not literate in students’ ‘attention grabbers’
      • Teachers must bring these in lessons using creativity and innovation with the PowerPoint
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      Findings Discussed
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    • ICT
      Refer to handout
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
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      02
      03
      04
      05
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    • ICT
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
      01
      02
      03
      04
      05
      06
    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Use similar layout concepts for all CGTAs
      • Have a content table or site-map as a side-page
      • Use a menu bar interface ( horizontal . vertical . free-form )
      • All content should be in one window (content window)
      • Allocate an area for page information
      ( title . chapter . page numbers . sidepage links)
      • Divide a page into 4 areas :
      Page Info | Menu bar | Content window | Graphic space
      • Study the layouts of teen websites and software for inspiration
      • HYPERLINK is a powerful function for organisation
    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • A theme is first thought of . . . then put into effect
      • A theme revolves around color , fonts , music , graphic , etc.
      • Every good website and software employs a theme
      • Different people have differing views on themes
      • The favored themes for youth are governed by trends and lifestyles
      • There are a few universal themes that would cater for all students
      • Currently themes for teens are :
      Modern | Japanese Anime/ Zen | Retro | Grunge | Tricolor
      • Themes for young adolescents are :
      Cartooney | Nickelodeon-ish | Retro | Tricolor | Modern
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      Theme 01Retro PsychedelicFunky 70s
      • Growing in popularity among teens due to its comeback in trends
      • Psychedelic color combinations using vivid colors such as
      • Plays with retro shapes such as rounded triangles and spiral circles
      • Inspiration : PowerPuff Girls . Funky Friends . Scooby Doo . Bleach
      Austin Powers . Nokia . IKEA . Joss Stone . Happy House .
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      Theme 01Retro PsychedelicFunky 70s
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      Theme 01Retro PsychedelicFunky 70s
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      Theme 02Modern FuturisticSleek Sharp
      • Clean and clinic looking
      • Uses one main color with several secondary colors such as
      • Plays with angular and skewed rectangles “ >> ” and “ | ”
      • 3D effect : transparent layers , gradients and bevelled separators
      • Numbers have 0 beside them : 01 02 003
      • Font-faces to use are : Century Gothic . Arial . Tahoma . Impact
      • Accompaniment : Digital sound effects and modern ambient music
      • Graphics : Technical pictures and modern architecture
      • Animation : Flash-like . Uses flickering , fast-paced movements
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      Theme 01Retro PsychedelicFunky 70s
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Colors determine themes
      = psychedelic
      RULES FOR COMBINING COLORS
      • Not all colors can be combined together and contrast well
      • Color preferences differ between gender but not so across levels
      • Safest way to combine colors is to use colors which only differ in hue; which only differ in saturation or which only differ in brightness
      Yellow black
      Yellow black
      White black
      Yellow red
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Colors which differ in HUE
      • Colors which differ in SATURATION (shades)
      • Colors which differ in BRIGHTNESS (lightness)
      • Different shades of gray portray a ‘neutral’ combination
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Orange is the new black. Orange goes well with white or grey
      • Pastel colors go well together for a subdued effect
      • Refrain from using these color combinations as main themes
      Yellow black
      Yellow black
      White black
      Yellow red
      Blue black
      Red black
      Whiteblack
      Blue red
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Do not stretch pictures . If you need them a certain size, crop them
      • Do not overuse clip arts and gif.animations. Keep to 1 or 2 clip arts per page and 1 animation for one page
      • Always choose a picture that needs the least editing and of a good resolution
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Refrain from using auto photo editors
      • They rarely fit into themes
      • Students are not exposed to such editing in the Internet
      • The best editing trick is not to edit at all
      • Visualise the picture you need and google it
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Teachers tend to over-abuse CLIP ARTS, WORD ARTS and text animations
      • Word Arts can be substituted using simple formatting of texts
      • The current trends of formatting texts are:
      WORDART
      WORDART
      wordART
      W O R D A R T
      W O R D A R Ts a m p l e t e x t
      WORDART
      wordart
      wordart
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Teachers favour text animations because in one click it adds movement into pages
      • It is not the content that needs to be animated, but the package
      • Text animation when used creatively can add professionalism
      This is an example of irrelevant animation
      This animation is more familiar to teenagers
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Timeline is a concept not usually associated with PowerPoint but with Flash and movie editors
      • The strength in Flash is the ‘timeline’ function
      • With timeline every slide page can look like an animation Flash movie
      • Timeline is quite easy to master. It has only 3 variables
      • On click
      • With Previous
      • After Previous
      • Even with the last 2 variables, the use of timeline is endless if one is familiar with sleek movements of Flash
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Motion Path is another function that adds movement to a page
      • The best way to employ motion path is to guide texts and pictures to their final placements/ location in a page
      • This function resembles closely Flash’s motion path animation
      • Observe Flash websites and be inspired by their sleek movements
      • Transparency adds a 3D feel to a page
      • Autoshapes can be made semi-transparent to portray layering of pages
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
      • Interactive Fun and Games
      • Involvement in pressing buttons to give answers
      • Multiple choice questions
      • Information gap questions (eg. Hangman)
      • Hands-on activities
      • Using ACTIVStudio to make a lesson into a boardgame
      • Highlighting/circling answers
      • Writing down answers on the board
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    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
    • ICT
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      in education
      05
      organisation
      themes
      colours
      graphics
      functions
      ideas
    • ICT
      The myths and fallacies of ICT, a local teachers’ perspective
      • Teaching with ICT is for ICT expert teachers
      • Students know better than teachers syndrome
      • Critical Period theory
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
    • ICT
      Teachers do not have to be computer experts to create impressive CGTAs
      With proper guidance (such as a guideline), the task is narrowed into a path to successful teaching aids
      Recommendations
      • Workshops on immersing teachers to ICT-creativity
      • A change of software interface by software producers to cater for teaching and education
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
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      ICT
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      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      02
      A Quick Study
      05
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      06
      Slide Presentation Samples
      03
    • ICT
      in education
      Introduction
      Creativity & Innovation
      Using Available Resources
      A Quick Study
      Guidelines on Using PowerPoint
      The Bane for Teachers
      Conclusion
      Slide Presentation Samples
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    • ict
      in education
      bronze_chimera@hotmail.com