The Scourge of Powerpoint

Originalliy published for edustaff here: http://www.edustaff.co.uk/Community/85_teaching-and-technology-2-the-scourge-of-powerpoint About a decade ago, I worked in a Central London school which had a PFI overhaul. The Victorian-workhouse style building was demolished, to be replaced by a state-of-the-art new building. Only it didn’t quite go according to plan, and, come September, the promised swanky new building wasn’t ready. And […]

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About gwenelope

English and Media Studies teacher in the wilds of Coventry, about to start my tenth year, which in itself is frankly terrifying. In the small pockets of free time I have have been known to do things like Tough Guy, circuit classes and swim often, very often. It is what keeps sanity near and insanity at bay.
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1 Response to The Scourge of Powerpoint

  1. I agree, I don’t use ppt in some of my uni sessions for many of those reasons, and also because our use of ppt leads student to use ppt for their own presentations when there are so many other interesting ways to present.

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