Let's start with a quick recap. We began our discussion with Finding Interesting Slides for Your Courses. The following week, we posed our 10 Questions to Ponder, and then used those questions in Finding Photos for Your Slides. Now we'll combine those images and the questions to create an engaging (hopefully) slideshow. For our purposes, we'll be using PowerPoint 2007 and free screen-shot tool Jing.
We start by inserting our downloaded images into PPT as individual slides - here's what that looks like in Slideshare - our "before" slides:
Here Kelly takes us through editing the slides for the first five questions.
Question 1: How do we support the changing role of teacher?
Question 2: What is the role of the teacher?
Question 3: How do we help students discover their passions?
Question 4: What is the essential learning that schools impart to students?
Question 5: What is the purpose of school?
Mike continues with the remaining questions:
Question 6: How do we adapt our curriculum to the technologies that kids are already using?
Question 6: How do we adapt our curriculum to the technologies that kids are already using? (cont'd)
Bonus Question: Do we risk kids becoming addicted to technology?
Bonus Question: Do we risk kids becoming addicted to technology?(cont'd)
Question 7: What does an educated person look like today?
Question 8: How do we change policy to support more flexible time and place learning?
Question 9: What are the essential practices of teachers in a system where students are learning outside of school?
Question 10: How do we ensure those without privilege have equal access to quality education and opportunity?
Finally, here are the "after" slides:
- ▼ March (8)