It’s time to share your presentation! Whether you’re delivering a business proposal to a client, an academic presentation to your professor, or even showing a personal photo slide to your grandmother, you have to ensure that your visuals can be clearly seen by your audience.
Looking for some fresh ideas for utilizing your interactive whiteboard in the classroom? Then be sure to check out the Interactive Whiteboard Workbook listed below created by Simple K12. Even if you do not have an IWB in your classroom, many of the ideas suggested can still be utilized by projecting the resources from your computer to a TV and/or screen.
This is a fabulous and fascinating YouTube channel where all sorts of science ideas are explored and explained in a friendly and engaging way. The topics range from near Earth Asteroid to dung beetles. The videos often cover science stories that are currently in the news. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Science
Presentain is the application that makes presenting efficient and enjoyable. It provides the way to pass the message to the audience clearly, brightly and with less effort. You can join, view and save presentation for offline viewing.
Features: - Broadcasting to a wide range of devices - Auto content generation (presentation audio+slides) - Online docs import - Adding video into your presentation
Creative Book Builder is a fantastic app that allows students to create books in epub format, which can then be exported to iBooks and shared with others. There are a variety of instructional uses for this app, from using it as a publishing tool for project-based learning to a summative assessment at the end of a unit...
Posters are great educational tools to use with your students. Their importance stems from the fact that they present information, facts, and data not only in a visually attractive way but also using a multi-modal system that combines signs, images, charts..........and texts. They are probably like infographics except that they are smaller and neater.
Comic strips and cartoons are great learning and teaching materials. Students love them and you can see the excitement in their eyes the moment they know they are included in their lesson. Well, think of yourself when you were a student, I bet you had the same feelings about these materials.