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PowerPoint impact

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  • 1. More than 400 million copies of PowerPoint are in circulation and about 20 and 30 million PowerPoint-based presentations are given around the globe each day You are not welcome because you are not wearing shoes?
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    • To appear at a meeting without PowerPoint would be unwelcome and vaguely pretentions, like wearing no shoes.
  • 3. PowerPoint is a drug?
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  • 7. Metaphors: approaches to teaching
    • the transfer conception : knowledge is a commodity to be transferred from one vessel to another, a concept consistent with Reddy’s conduit metaphor (1993);
    • the shaping conception : teaching is usually directed to developing the minds of students;
    • the travelling conception : the teacher leads students into new territory and, in doing, so, gains new perspectives, too;
    • the growing conception : the teacher is a nurturer.
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    • Are presenters concentrating more on formatting slides because it’s more fun to do than to concentrate on what is going to say?
    • How educators can convert the generally positive disposition of students to PowerPoint into significant better learning and performance?
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  • 13. The role of the Instructor
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    • What do we do if an unplanned, yet, fruitful, discussion demands that a PowerPoint presentation be stopped dead in its track?
    • Must a pre-planned schedule be followed rigidly because “no matter what, get through all the slides”?
    • Has the PowerPoint slideshow become the curriculum?
  • 15. Where should PowerPoint stand?
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  • 17. Orality, visuality, and literacy
    • Incidental stagehand
    • Irrespective of discipline, learning objectives, and type of learners
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