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Powerful PowerPoints. Maggie Fallis-Schulman and James Mitchell. Explanation of Project. Instructional problem Context Assumptions/ prerequisites. Theories. S. Allison R. Clark Gangé Duchastel and Waller A. Pavio. In Retrospect. Think smaller View whole picture Delegate early

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Powerful powerpoints

Powerful PowerPoints

Maggie Fallis-Schulman

and

James Mitchell


Explanation of project
Explanation of Project

  • Instructional problem

  • Context

  • Assumptions/ prerequisites


Theories
Theories

  • S. Allison

  • R. Clark

  • Gangé

  • Duchastel and Waller

  • A. Pavio


In retrospect
In Retrospect

  • Think smaller

  • View whole picture

  • Delegate early

  • Allow time for life


References
References

  • Allison, S. (2004). Tips for Making Effective PowerPoint Presentations. Retrieved March 1, 2005, from Boise State University Web site: http://kinesiology.boisestate.edu/kines442/tips_for_making_effective_powerp.htm

  • Radel, J. (1999). On-Line Tutorial Series: Effective Presentations: 2. Designing Effective Visual Aids for Presentations. Retrieved March 1, 2005, from KU Medical Center Web site: http://www.kumc.edu/SAH/OTEd/jradel/effective.html

  • Russell, M. A., & Shriner, W. M. (2001). Creating Effectiv/e PowerPoint Presentations. Retrieved March 1, 2005, from http://www.gst-d2l.com/TLC/TLCProj.html


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