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    • 1. It’s NOT just about the Facts… Suzanne C. Shaffer, M.Ed Instructional Designer Penn State York Campus ISTC 202 [email_address]
    • 2. Using PowerPoint
      • As a Learning Tool FIRST
      • Presentation Tool
    • 3. What Makes a Good Presentation?
      • Just because you said it, doesn’t mean they got it
    • 4. What’s the Point that Everyone Misses? Information + Reflection = Meaning
    • 5.  
    • 6. PowerPoint Should be… A 2-step process
      • Learn your content
      • Present it…
      • These are 2 different things
    • 7. Does What is the relationship? What It all Mean?
    • 8. Take a Concept…
    • 9. What’s the Literature say?
      • How do we capture that?
    • 10. Take a Second Look
      • Ppt functionality helps you to…
        • Organize
        • Highlight
        • Connect
        • Summarize
        • Capture
        • Broaden
    • 11. Use Ppt to Tip the Scales
    • 12. From Ho Hum to HumDINGER! From To Reading Extemporaneous Text-heavy Graphic/Visual Representation Presenter-Centered Participation/Interaction
    • 13. But isn’t the Content Important?
    • 14. From Text-Heavy To? "Learning is not compulsory... neither is survival.” W. Edwards Deming (1900 - 1993) Deeper Meaning… Relationship…
    • 15. From Text Heavy to?
    • 16. Examples…
      • Listen
      • Graphic Organizers – graphs, charts, concept maps
      • Pictures, graphics, clip art
      • Quotations (formatted text boxes for emphasis)
      • Embedded Audio/video clips
      • Screen shots
      • Hyperlinks
      "Learning is not compulsory... neither is survival.” W. Edwards Deming (1900 - 1993)
    • 17. Examples…
      • Listen
      • Graphic Organizers – graphs, charts, concept maps
      • Pictures, graphics, clip art
      • Quotations (formatted text boxes for emphasis)
      • Embedded Audio/video clips
      • Screen shots
      • Hyperlinks
      "Learning is not compulsory... neither is survival.” W. Edwards Deming (1900 - 1993)
    • 18. Compare Applicati0n Visual Representation Multi-media Hyperlink
    • 19. Edtga0eiht Compare
    • 20. Retention of Knowledge Excerpted from Dr. Gloria Holland’s PowerPoint Presentation: Presentation Graphics as Instructional and Interactive Learning Tools (January 2000)
    • 21. Back to that Outline format…
      • You want people to interact with your content
        • Leave some points out so people can follow and fill in
        • Think-Pair-Share
        • Quiz
        • Reciprocal Journal Entry
        • Fill in Venn Diagram
    • 22. Style Tips
    • 23. Survey says…
      • The speaker read the slides 60.4%
      • Text too small 50.9%
      • Full sentences vs bullet points 47.8%
      • Slides hard to see because of color choice 37.1%
      • Moving/flying text or graphics 24.5%
      • Annoying use of sounds 22.0%
      • Overly complex diagrams or charts 22.0%
      • Paradi, D. MBA,(2003). How to Stop Annoying Audiences With Bad PowerPoint, Retrieved from http://www.communicateusingtechnology.com/articles/pptsurvey_article.htm
    • 24. Putting it all Together
      • PowerPoint is a powerful learning tool and presentation tool
      • Think about…
        • Are you completing the assignment given?
        • Are you demonstrating what you’ve learned
          • To the degree that shows higher-order and critical thinking – not just regurgitation
        • Have you made the presentation a LEARNING event for the audience OR have you put them to SLEEP?
          • Do it once, start again
          • Fold in interaction, application, illustration

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