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How to Use PowerPoint to Increase Student Engagement


I say "PowerPoint"  ....you say.....

"...presentation..."
"...lecture..."
"...teacher tool..."
"...fill-in-the-blank..."

Did "scavenger hunt?" pop into your head?  How about "interactive timeline?"  What about "story narrative?"

No?  hmmm...let's change that!


I want to invite you to hop over to a guest post that I did on Minds in Bloom to learn how PowerPoint can increase student engagement in your classroom.  I cover 3 fun ways that using PowerPoint as a STUDENT tool can turn blah into awesome.  The guest post includes a video tutorial and a printable teaching guide to get you started!

Click the picture below and I'll see you over there!



3 comments

  1. I just watched the video on using Interactive PowerPoint presentations. I really like this idea. I am getting to teach World History again this year, and this would be such a great idea. I am thinking it would go really well with having the students complete their study guides. Thanks so much for the set up guide.

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    1. Hi Beth!

      So glad you liked the video! This strategy would work great (especially that timeline) in world history!

      Good luck putting it together!

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  2. I learned a lot of interesting things with your post. Thank you for sharing. I've started to use the templates. And I want to advise you to see this site http://www.poweredtemplate.com/ppt-powerpoint-design-templates.html. I think he will help you.

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