Speed Presentations: Help Students Improve Presentation Skills Rapidly

The CoolCatTeacher

Rob Donatelli on episode 543 From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Presentation skills are an essential skill for students to master. Robert Donatelli has a solution: speed presentations. Learn how to use this technique to help students improve their presentation skills. Listen to Rob Donatelli Share About Speed Presentations Listen to the show on iTunes or Stitcher Stream by clicking here.

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Cycles of Learning

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Today is the Present

The CoolCatTeacher

Today is our present. Be Present in Today. ” Today is our present. People of action make today their present. ” Today Is Our Present. Today is our present. The post Today is the Present appeared first on Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher helping educators be excellent every day. Living life to the fullest every day. From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter.

Creating Educational Presentations and Videos in Canva for EDU

EdTechTeacher

The ability to augment a slideshow with the creator’s voice brings ideas and presentations to life while augmenting communication and personalizing the experience. Gone is the need for two programs; the presentation and video recording can both be created right within Canva.

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Conference Attracts New and Veteran Presenters Alike

CUE

This year’s Spring CUE conference is bringing attendees and presenters together from across the United States together. The post Conference Attracts New and Veteran Presenters Alike appeared first on CUE, Inc. Learn CUE Conference presenter session speaker spring cue

Guest post: 3 Ways to Make Classroom Presentations More Engaging

EdTech4Beginners

Classroom presentations come with many challenges–not the least of which is keeping your students engaged long enough to teach the lesson! New technology creates many opportunities to spruce up your presentations and keep students captivated, so the trick is simply to figure out which methods will work best for you. . In this article, I will explain three ways to make classroom presentations more engaging for students of all ages. Good luck on your next presentation!

Remote Presenting Guidance

techlearning

Below are some best practices my colleagues and I collected which are helpful to keep in mind while presenting remotely

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5 Interactive Presentations Ideas that will Engage Students

ViewSonic Education

Quick Take: Explore how to build interactive presentations that will engage students and use technology integration to create interactive learning environments. Interactive presentations help engage students by having them participate in the lessons instead of passively listening to lectures. Even though the teacher is normally, the ‘presenter’ in most cases the ‘interaction’ part comes in a verity of ways to get students participating in the lesson.

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Google Meet: See Your Presentation AND the Participants

Teacher Tech

Google Meet makes it hard to see your presentation AND the participants. The post Google Meet: See Your Presentation AND the Participants appeared first on Teacher Tech. Try this hack. Advanced Google Meet google Google Meet GoogleEDU

Be Present

A Principal's Reflections

The only way to accomplish this was to become even more present by developing protocols to ensure we are in classrooms each day. Here is just a snippet of what I have seen or experienced in the past week: An English teacher having every student in her Film Studies class share their presentation with me on Google Drive minutes after I attended a class. Being present in our classrooms and other learning areas of our buildings cannot be overstated. Be present!

Bringing World Class Presentations Into The Classroom With Slidebot

EdTech4Beginners

SlideBot brings the types of presentations that you see at global conferences, such as TED and SXSW, into the classroom. If you look at the slides used in these types of presentations, they tend to have the same characteristics: they are simple, predominantly image-based, and contain minimal text. The simplicity of these presentations means that the students are not falling into the age-old trap of reading the slides instead of focusing on what the teacher/lecturer is saying.

Panel Presentations: Connect Students with a Real Audience

Catlin Tucker

I realize presenting for an actual audience is a daunting task, but it is also a crucial life skill. At the end of our design thinking project this semester, students had to present both their process and prototype to a live audience. It was interesting to see them prepare for this presentation. It is a scary experience to stand in front of adults and students they do not know and present. However, the fear of presenting was an incredible motivator.

The Best Presentation Advice We've Ever Received

Ed Tech from the Ground Up

As a startup entrepreneur, you''ll give a lot of presentations: presenting at business plan competitions, showcasing your product to prospective customers, pitching in front of investors. Here is some of the best advice we have heard about how to prepare for presentations. Click the headline to read the full post. Questions? Email websupport@epe.org. ProfessorWord Startup Life aboutus lessonslearned professorword

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Presentation Tools that Ignite Student Creativity

Class Tech Integrate

For years PowerPoint, Prezi, and Google Slides have been the "go to" presentation tools that allow for some student creation in the classroom. There are many free online presentation tools out there, but I am going to highlight a couple that your students can use to create with. Adobe Spark Example of a Adobe Spark Web Story Spark offers 3 different presentation types: Social Media Posts, Web Stories (similar to a PowerPoint), and Videos.

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I’m Presenting at #ISTE21

ignitionEDU

Wanda’s sessions at #ISTE21. Grab all my resources by visiting bit.ly/wandas-stuff wandas-stuff ! Miscellaneous

5 fun presentation tools for end-of-year projects

eSchool News

Class presentations can be a great way for students to synthesize knowledge, practice public speaking, and interact with their classmates. and the presentations themselves can become repetitive and formulaic. Multimedia presentation tools can reduce student anxiety by encouraging a creative approach that not only builds design and tech skills but also can turn an intimidating final assignment into a fun experience.

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How to Teach Presentation Skills, New Technology and Research Using CES

The CoolCatTeacher

In the fall semester, students present about historical figures in computing. This unit teaches about new technology, some basic CS concepts, research skills, plagiarism, verification of sources, and presentation skills. Take the template for the Google presentation here.

Check out this great app / website, perfect for creating exciting presentations.

EdTech4Beginners

Haiku Deck is a great website and app, great for creating presentations. Have a look at my video tutorial to find out how to use it: Here is an example of one that a pupil in my class made for their topic work on coasts: Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that’s simple, beautiful and fun. Tagged: edtech , education , learning , presentation , teaching , tech , tech tools , technology.

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Prezi - the zooming presentation tool - gets mobile presenting features

Educational Technology Guy

Prezi is a very cool presentation tool that allows you to create zooming presentations with images, text, video and animations. With this, you can deliver and watch the presentations in real time. Your audience (students) can follow along on their own device and stay in sync with where you are in the presentation. You can share with up to 30 people at a time and it is as simple as selecting "present remotely" and sharing the link it generates.

Kasey’s TCEA & IDEAcon 2021 Presentations and Resources

Shake Up Learning

The post Kasey’s TCEA & IDEAcon 2021 Presentations and Resources appeared first on Shake Up Learning. I’ve attended and presented for many years. Kasey’s #TCEA & #IDEAcon 2021 Presentations and Resources. Free Resources for teachers Google Presentations

5 Best Online Presentation Tools for the Classroom

TeacherCast

Are you being efficient with the way you do your presentations? These 5 presentation tools are my most used and favorite ways to help my students. Friends of TeacherCast Presentation Tools

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9 TCEA Presentations You Need to See!

Shake Up Learning

The post 9 TCEA Presentations You Need to See! 9 TCEA Presentations You Need to See! I have nine TCEA Presentations that I want to share with you this week! My presentations are loaded with ideas, tips, tricks, freebies and more! 9 #TCEA Presentations You Need to See!

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Virtually Presenting At The Primary Maths Initiative.

EdTech4Beginners

In November, I will be virtually presenting at the Primary Maths Initiative CPD: “A support network of teachers and specialists representing world-class pedagogy.” ” . I will be showing ’10 tech ideas for mathematics teachers’ Here is a video I made for the event: Have you got any other maths tech tips? Share them in the comments box below.

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You Can Now Insert Flipgrid Videos to Create Engaging PPT Presentations

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

PowerPoint has recently added a new feature which enables users to easily integrate Flipgrid videos into their presentation slides. Tips for creating engaging presentationsThe integration of Flipgrid into PowerPoint is a surefire way.read more.

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Student collaboration in shared Google Slides

Ditch That Textbook

Google Slides collaborative slide presentations shared google slides shared presentation activity student collaboration digital ideasTeamwork is a desirable job skill in today's economy. When we let students collaborate, we prepare them for the future!

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Emaze - beautiful web based presentation app

Educational Technology Guy

Emaze is a free, online presentation tool that is easy to use and has some beautiful features. You sign in, select one of their amazing templates, create your presentation, and share it. The presentations are created in HTML5 so they are available on any web-enabled device. Presentations can be traditional slides, videos or even 3D. You can create a presentation from scratch, or import a PowerPoint. google slides PowerPoint presentation

Discovery Education Presents Three New Virtual Field Trips

eSchool News

Explore the ways that our present continues to be shaped by our collective past through a powerful glimpse at the Armenian Genocide, an important and often overlooked chapter of history.

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Presentation Zen rubric

NspireD2

PowerPoint Strategies assessment grades presentationsa Google doc you can adopt or adapt - based on Garr Reynolds' book.

Remote Presenting Guidance

The Innovative Educator

Presenting through online platforms requires unique skills. Presenters need to be able to multitask and know how to troubleshoot in the moment. Below are some best practices my colleagues ( ClayCodes , LauraOgando7 , PatriciaPaddock ) and I collected which are helpful to keep in mind while presenting remotely. If a live audience is present, it’s recommended to have the presenter support those in physical attendance and a facilitator support those online.

Create Short Animated Presentations (and Maintain Student Privacy) with Tellagami

EmergingEdTech

Create Quick, Easy Avatar-Animated Videos With This Free SmartPhone App Nick Combs will be presenting pre-conference workshop, “Teaching with the iPad Grades K-6” and the breakout session “Creation. Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].

TotSplash - organize and present ideas

Educational Technology Guy

TotSplash is a new site that combines online mind mapping and "Prezi-like" presentations. Users can focus on organizing their thoughts and ideas and then the app transforms them into a "Prezi-like" presentation. free resources mindmapping presentation Prezi You can share and embed your TotSplashes also. There is a free version with no login required. It''s easy to use and could be a great alternative for students and teachers.

Does 2020 present a crucible moment for K–12 education? The answer may surprise you.

The Christensen Institute

The post Does 2020 present a crucible moment for K–12 education? In moments that require radical adaptation, it’s tempting to see crisis as an inevitable harbinger of change.

Pre-made Templates for Visually Engaging Presentations

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Below are some good add-ons to help you create visually engaging slides. They provide a wide variety of pre-made templates that use to design various forms of slides. You may want to check them out.read more

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STEM Teacher Andy Losik Presents His 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

CUE

The post STEM Teacher Andy Losik Presents His 2019 Holiday Gift Guide appeared first on CUE, Inc. When it comes to holiday shopping, STEM toys, that weave science, technology, engineering, and mathematics into their design, continue to be hot.

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mQlicker – Create Interactive Presentations

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

mQlicker for Interactive Presentations mQlicker is a useful tool that allows presenters to engage audiences in the classroom, during professional development or via online presentations. From a presenter’s perspective, mQlicker goes beyond traditional audience polling options to collect many different types of useful information. mQlicker allows presenters to do more than just check the pulse of their audience.