2012 and We're STILL Using PowerPoint Wrong

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It's 2012 the Age of Information and we're STILL using PowerPoint Wrong.

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  • This is great! Thank you, The Presentation Designer!
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  • @stellagoodenough My pleasure Stella!! I'm so glad you found it of use. I've been fighting the good fight against Death by PowerPoint for many years and if all educators thought like you - that term wouldn't exist anymore. Sadly, presentation skills are STILL taught incorrectly at many academic and corporate institute around the world. I don't blame PowerPoint - it is merely the tool.
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  • I think you have just readjusted my entire perspective of powerpoint. Thank you! You have changed the way I plan teach and deliver my lessons in future -- perfect timing for my lesson observation next week. How simple? How effective? How good is the timing of this? How I wish I'd thought of it!
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2012 and We're STILL Using PowerPoint Wrong

  1. POWERPOINT WRONG 2012And We’re STILL Using
  2. GETS A BAD RAP! POWERPOINT
  3. POWERPOINT! DEATH BY
  4. Often heard synonymously by individuals whenever they’ve had to endure an boring presentation. Death by PowerPoint (Definition);
  5. POWERPOINT DID YOU KNOW? was released in 1990!
  6. 22 POWERPOINTIS Years Old
  7. WE’RE STILL 22 YEARS LATER... Getting it Wrong!
  8. UNFORTUNATELY ... Problems with trademarks™ meant it was re-named “PowerPoint”
  9. SHOULD NOT BE TREATED THE SAME
  10. TOO MUCH INFO USE HAND-OUTS INSTEAD!
  11. IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS SLIDES TOLD STORIES
  12. EVERY SLIDETOLD A STORY
  13. BUT...Something happened after the Death of the Carousel Slide Projector
  14. 1 We’ve Forgotten to Tell Stories
  15. 1 2 We’ve Forgotten to Tell Stories We’ve Learnt to Stuff Slides
  16. THE AGEOF SLIDE STUFFING
  17. WHY DO WE DO IT?
  18. I DIDN’T ATTENDYOUR PRESENTATION TO READ, YET YOU’RE FORCING ME TO ANYWAY
  19. THIS IS WHAT PEOPLE EXPECT
  20. THIS IS WHAT PEOPLE EXPECT THIS IS HOWWE PRESENTAT THE BOARDROOM LEVEL
  21. THIS IS WHAT PEOPLE EXPECT THIS IS HOWWE PRESENTAT THE BOARDROOM LEVEL WE EXPECTBULLET POINTS!
  22. Who sayswe have to present like that?!
  23. HOLD UP!WE DON’T NEED TO BORE DIRECTORSWITH BAD POWERPOINT
  24. BAD DESIGN COSTS MONEY
  25. “Good design is good business” ~ Thomas J. Watson Jr.
  26. WESTUFFOUR SLIDES BECAUSE OF...
  27. FEAR
  28. SHORTON TIME
  29. LACK OF CONFIDENCE
  30. HOW DO WE FIX IT?
  31. USE IMAGES INSTEAD
  32. TELL AN INTERESTING STORY
  33. PREPARE EARLY
  34. BETTER PRESENTATIONTRAINING
  35. STOP STUFFING START DESIGNING&
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