Enhancing student engagement with animations


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Enhancing student engagement with animations

PowerPoint animations are a great way to keep students engaged during a lesson. While most of us are familiar with the basic bullet point animations where individual elements on a slide come up on a mouse click. You can also use what's called revealing animations or layered animations in order to hide content on your slide that you don't want revealed until certain point in the lesson. We're going to go ahead and combine some of these techniques to create a very basic slide that will allow our students to move through discovery of a concept at the pace that we choose as we control our presentation. In Microsoft PowerPoint, I've gone ahead and opened up the animation presentation, which is located in chapter seven of the exercise files.

I'm starting on slide number four, slide number two and slide number three will actually model for you the animations that we're creating in this presentation. Here on slide number four, there's a few things I'd like to have happen. First ...

Enhancing student engagement with animations
Video duration: 6m 37s 2h 50m Appropriate for all Updated Oct 15, 2015

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Enhancing student engagement with animations provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Aaron Quigley as part of the Office for Educators

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