When the usual way of doing things is flipped around, students can benefit.
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How well do students learn when a lesson is mainly in PowerPoint?
Henrik Berger Jørgensen
Slideshows, when designed right, can be a useful part of online instruction. But they shouldn’t be the main, or the only, method of instruction.
PowerPoint isn’t the problem, it’s the way it has come to be used.
Recent articles calling for blanket removal of PowerPoint from education erroneously blame the tool for mistakes made by the user.
Reading off a PowerPoint slide doesn’t make you a teacher.
Powerpoint has no proven efficacy in learning, but the kids like it because it seems to make things simpler.