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Creating PowerPoint to Engage Learners

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How to Create & Use PowerPoint Slides to Engage Learners

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Creating PowerPoint to Engage Learners

  1. 1. ~ Loading Power to Your PowerPoint How to Create & Use PowerPoint To Engage Learners MOHAN Joseph Bernard Division of Business, CCCU cmmohan@cityu.edu.hk Aug 23, 2013
  2. 2. It's commonsense
  3. 3. The problem
  4. 4. Download Free Student app
  5. 5. REALITY CHECK?
  6. 6. REALITY CHECK 
 My PowerPoint slides mainly contain text 1. Almost Always 2. Sometimes 3. Seldom
  7. 7. REALITY CHECK
 The average number of slides I use in a 2-hour lecture is about 1. 40 slides 2. 50 slides 3. 60 slides 4. 70 slides
  8. 8. • A power point presentation is not a reading report here is a rather boring and a large block of text that is sure to turn off your interest and make you extremely sleepy. In fact I will be quite impressed if you read through the entire slide. This slide is really awful (or is it really good at depicting something really awful? ). Whew, this is harder than I thought to write this much gibberish…
 Even if you break it up with bullet points it still distracts and depresses the audience.
 Guess What?
  9. 9. Teaching = Presentation Misunderstanding?Teacher's Problem
  10. 10. The Challenge?
  11. 11. Designing PPTs 4 Teaching Key Ingredients Retention Understanding Apply Learning Theory
  12. 12. Retention Attention Memory Readability Maintaining Attention
  13. 13. Retention Attention 10 min span Reduce distractions Text overload PPT karaoke Excess Animation Irrelevant images
  14. 14. • A power point presentation is not a reading report here is a rather boring and a large block of text that is sure to turn off your interest and make you extremely sleepy. In fact I will be quite impressed if you read through the entire slide. This slide is really awful (or is it really good at depicting something really awful? ). Whew, this is harder than I thought to write this much gibberish…
 Even if you break it up with bullet points it still distracts and depresses the audience.
 Textoverload
  15. 15. Awful Bullets Think of shooting down one student at a time with each bullet you use without a purpose Bullet Points
  16. 16. Outcomes of too many bullet points
  17. 17. Retention Memory Patterns Repetition Mind map Infographics Models MNEMONICS Recap
  18. 18. Retention Readability Background color 30 Font size Font type (Arial bold) 6x6 rule White background & black font 6 lines per slide 6 words per slide
  19. 19. Retention Maintaining Attention Quiz (Socrative) Blanks Illustration Game Twitter
  20. 20. • Collaborative slide as a tool • Create this slide in-class with students’ contribution –Student ownership will be high –Hence likely to stay engaged
  21. 21. Depth vs. Scope Scope Depth
  22. 22. The Power of Pause
  23. 23. How many things have I done in this presentation for your Retention?
  24. 24. Understanding Compare & Contrast Analyze Evaluate Integrate
  25. 25. Critical Thinking What if? Panadol Inaction Ice Bath Fever Final Decision
  26. 26. Critical Thinking What if? ? ? ? Fever
  27. 27. 
 Retention & Understanding • After about 5 slides check students’ understanding by creating a quiz slide (use Socrative app)
  28. 28. 10, 20, 30 Rule No: of Slides Duration (minutes) Font size
  29. 29. I am not a slave to PowerPoint
  30. 30. Which principle(s) I violated in my presentation? A pop quiz for you!
  31. 31. How many buzz words I used so far? Case study Learning strategy Memory Understanding Technology PPT Focus zoom Clickers Apps Keynote Animation Games Transition Design Patterns Memory Presentation Rules Principles Techniques
  32. 32. Your PPT • Would you consider using at least 3 ideas presented here?
  33. 33. Let's take stock • Used theoretical model • Created structure • Used less bullets (to spare your life) • Used more visuals • Provided scope for Interaction • Used the Power of Pause • Did I help retention? • Did I help understanding?
  34. 34. Thank You!!!
  35. 35. References 1. Maryellen Weimer, Does PowerPoint Help or Hinder Learning? 2. Manju Muralidharan Priya, PowerPoint Use in Teaching 3. UCF Faculty Centre for Teaching & Learning, Effective Use of PowerPoint 4. Milaela, How do I make my PowerPoint slides more effective? 5. Stephen Bostock, Using PowerPoint for Teaching 6. David Forrest, How can I use PowerPoint more effectively? 7. Melissa Higton, Good Practice in Using PowerPoint for Teaching 8. Deirdre Bonnycastle, Teaching with PowerPoint 9. Mohan Joseph B, Publisher PowerPoint: Teacher to Adopt or Adapt? 10. Zaid Ali, Death by PowerPoint 11. Garr Reynolds, The Naked Presenter 12. Garr Reynolds, Presentation Zen

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