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Effective PowerPoint

Want to use PowerPoint effectively in the classroom, but not sure how to go about it?

PowerPoint can be a valuable classroom tool if used correctly – or a nightmare of distractions and boring slides if not.  In Effective PowerPoint, we will discuss good vs. bad PowerPoint design.  You will learn how to recognize problems in your own presentations and discover ways to improve them.  We will also go over the techniques for designing an effective PowerPoint presentation from scratch.  There will be a question and answer session, and if time permits, a short “How-To” demonstration on adding simple graphics, animation, and sound.  You are welcome to bring your own PowerPoint projects to work on with TLC staff after the workshop is over.  As always, dessert will be provided!:-)

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