All Blog Posts Tagged 'presentation' (12)

Create a virtual corkboard/presentation using Spaaze

Spaaze is a website that allows for thesimple creation of a virtual cork board.  It is extremely dynamic and easy to use.  You can add video, images, files, titles, and notes all in one spot so your students can have easy access to unit material.  The canvass size of Spaaze is huge so you can add quite a few units to one canvass.  

Added by Brian Weir on July 8, 2012 at 12:52pm — No Comments

Bill Gates vs Steve Jobs: Who’s the Better Public Speaker?

I suppose I expect a lot from the CEO’s of large corporations (especially successful and innovative ones). I expect them to be very intelligent, great evangelists for their products and along with that great public speakers. Just for fun I thought I would examine the public speaking skills of two of the most well known tech CEOs, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates  (however Gates is no longer the CEO of Microsoft).

To be fair, I have uploaded product launches that each CEO has done in the…

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Added by Sal P on March 29, 2011 at 10:09am — 4 Comments

Prezi: An Amazing Presentation Tool

Wow, I just stumbled on Prezi last night and decided to completely overhaul my 50+ slide PowerPoint presentation for today's teachers conference! When you see it, you just might be tempted especially since there's an education license for students and teachers offering free accounts with 500 MB limit.



I didn't know I needed a product like this, but Prezi was perfect for my presentation needs -- something about teaching with Web 2.0 tools -- because it allows me to zoom in and magnify… Continue

Added by Antoinette Go on March 6, 2010 at 2:17am — 5 Comments

Brennan LaBrie, 10, Presentation At Totem Falls Elementary

On January 13-14, 2010, TIME For Kids reporter Brennan LaBrie gave a presentation to 600 K-6 students at Totem Falls Elementary. Part 1…



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Added by Jack Olmsted on January 26, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Tech Tools for Teachers on a Tight Budget: My Presentation at FETC

For those who couldn't attend this year's FETC (Florida Educational Technology Conference), you truly missed out. Actor and activist Ed Begley Jr. kicked off the conference by speaking on this year's theme, "Doing More With Less." (I posted some footage on YouTube here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b35lvvjv2Lo. The expo hall was incredible and there were several very informative sessions. I presented at this year's… Continue

Added by Andy on January 18, 2010 at 8:10am — 3 Comments

Using Internet Story Boarding Tools in Education

[This is a partial reproduction of the original post at www.EmergingEdTech.com, where I blog about the expanding array of free or low cost web based tools that are being used in instructional environments to better engage students, and to enrich the learning process. Stop by and check out a topic of interest today! - KW]



Today, the Internet abounds with tools that enable people of all levels of creativity to develop “digital… Continue

Added by Kelly Walsh on April 14, 2009 at 7:30am — 1 Comment

6 Ways To Convert PowerPoint To Flash

There are many benefits of converting PowerPoint to Flash, such as greater accessibility, compatibility, smaller file size, sound integration, streaming, secure, email-ready, etc. Here are 6 ways for you to convert PowerPoint presentation to Flash.



Convert PowerPoint to Flash with Wondershare PowerPoint to Flash

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Added by SunnyY on March 24, 2009 at 5:56am — No Comments

Digital Storytelling Platforms and Multiple Perspectives: A look at the work of Jonathan Harris- Food for Thought for Interactive Timeline Design

I'm in the process of creating an interactive time-line, and as I revisited my links and bookmarks, I came across a link to a video of Jonathan Harris discussing his ideas regarding digital storytelling, overlapping threads, and multiple perspectives.



I posted a couple of video presentations along with links to his interactive projects that are on the web on my Interactive… Continue

Added by Lynn Marentette on January 24, 2009 at 2:55pm — No Comments

eMINTS Winter Conference

I'm working on a presentation I'm giving at the eMINTS Winter Conference about Web 2.0 Tools. My focus is not what they are, but how to use them to encourage higher order thinking skills, engagement, reflection, and questioning. I finally finished up the agenda today, so now I've started working on putting the plan together. In the process, I decided to update my classroom wiki and found the plugins on pbwiki. Very cool!

I finally feel comfortable about my presentation, but have a long way… Continue

Added by Klista Lawyer-Reynolds on January 18, 2009 at 2:24pm — 2 Comments

Free Wikieducator Workshops

Join me on Wikieducator for a free online workshop to find out how you can use Wikieducator to collaborate and share content worldwide.



For those who are unfamiliar with Wikieducator: WikiEducator is a community of learning rsources supported by the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) for the development of free educational content.…



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Added by Dr. Nellie Deutsch on October 10, 2008 at 3:44pm — No Comments

Web as Desktop: Live presentations on the web!

Are you suffering the high cost and continual repetition of live presentations?



"As a president, I always join many meetings and trade shows to present our products or corporation. There is no problem with the live presentation. But I’m stuck when I want to sharing the meeting with others after it. Because I need present the same presentation again and again even spend additional high costs on driving or flying. The boring continual repetition makes me crazy. Is there any… Continue

Added by Sabrina Fu on September 9, 2008 at 1:52am — 1 Comment

Scratch@MIT Conference

Cross post from my other blog :Scratch@MIT Conference



We just returned from presenting at the Scratch@MIT conference at MIT in Boson. If you are not familiar with Scratch, it is a new programming tool developed at MIT. Students imagine, create, and share games, animations and more. This past year we used the software in my fifth grade elementary technology classes. Also, students formed a club to continue to learn more ways to program using Scratch. I did not realize how important… Continue

Added by JoNelle on July 27, 2008 at 3:24pm — No Comments

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