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No more “Death By PowerPoint”. Using Pecha Kucha to improve assessment and enjoyment of psychology students’ presentations. Chris Atherton and Nikola Bridges University of Central Lancashire. What is Death By PowerPoint?. You’re looking at it right now.

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no more death by powerpoint
No more “Death By PowerPoint”
  • Using Pecha Kucha to improve assessment and enjoyment of psychology students’ presentations

Chris Atherton and Nikola Bridges

University of Central Lancashire

what is death by powerpoint
What is Death By PowerPoint?
  • You’re looking at it right now.
  • It’s actually really difficult to process what is being said at the same time as you are trying to read something: switching channels between the two channels is effortful!
  • Why would we deliberately make it harder for people to learn?
  • And yet, nearly everybody does this.
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one month later ...

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preparing it

strongly

disliked

enjoyed

a lot

slide25
giving it

strongly

disliked

enjoyed

a lot

slide26
watching it

strongly

disliked

enjoyed

a lot

slide27
compared to traditional ...

preparing it

much less

enjoyable

much more

enjoyable

slide28
compared to traditional ...

giving it

much less

enjoyable

much more

enjoyable

slide29
compared to traditional ...

watching it

much less

enjoyable

much more

enjoyable

slide30
demonstrate understanding

shorter

presentations and more questions

traditional presentations and fewer questions

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“students who’ve given a lacklustre presentation can redeem themselves in Q&A ... though for some it’s obviously just torture”
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Thanks to:Nikola BridgesMark RoyAndy WickensPS3800 studentsLet’s talk about this stuff! twitter.com/finiteattention
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