TODD’S TECH TUESDAY: Powerful PowerPoints

We thought some of you would be interested in some tips for creating better PowerPoint presentations so we went straight to the experts at Presentation Zen.

These ideas may help you communicate content more effectively (especially for content that is more complex in the upper grades).

Consider that many learners with autism think in pictures (as Temple Grandin reminds us in her autobiography) and many students with learning disabilities are visual learners too. For these students (as well as those learning English), having powerful graphics can make the difference between exposure to content and comprehension of it.

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