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How Do I Create A PowerPoint?

by Michelle Rogers for Uncategorized

You are probably here because you don’t know how to create a PowerPoint and you would like to learn.  You may think it’s a long, complicated task.  But, I’m here to show you how easy it can be to create awesome PowerPoint presentations that actually grab the interest of your audience instead of turning them off.

Before you can learn how to create a PowerPoint, it is helpful to look at some things you should never do when creating PowerPoints.  In the field of education, many people push PowerPoints as a great way to include technology into your lesson.  That’s true as long as you do it correctly.  (It’s also true that it’s a great way to have students produce their own technology products, as long as you teach them how to do it correct, as well.)

Have you ever sat through a school staff meeting and thought you would ABSOLUTELY DIE before the PowerPoint presentation was over?  If so, I imagine it probably looked something like the presentation you see below.

 

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