Sunday, May 21
While some in business see Powerpoint as a powerful presentation tool, and others see it as a crutch that reduces the analytical quality of presentations, schools see it as a learning tool when the students create them:
Teachers say the PowerPoint presentations are superior to the old-fashioned report in many ways. The assignments help students learn to synthesize large amounts of information into a clear, concise format; bring people, places, and ideas to life with pictures and sounds; and spark students’ interest and creativity. - full Boston Globe article here.
What do you think?
Posted by Donald Clark at 7:48 AM