Learn how to do backward mapping assessments at the end of each PowerPoint presentation. with entry and exit tickets. If you use a project-based learning approach, mini quizzes found at end of PowerPoint presentations can be a way for learners to check their knowledge, as well as prepare students for traditional testing.
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- [Voiceover] Including assessment questions…at the end of each day's PowerPoint presentation…gives you the opportunity to ensure…that all your slides up until then…are preparing your students to answer those questions.…Some call this backwards mapping,…backwards design, or beginning with the end in mind.…Let's take a look at a concrete example of this.…Say that you're about to embark on a unit,…and at the end, you're planning of having a unit test,…in which learners will identify a question…that they have about plant life…and then use the scientific method…to address their inquiry.…
You're also planning to have them write a few paragraphs…to explain their process.…So my first step then would be…to create a slide within a PowerPoint presentation…that lists this goal.…Then, I can start creating other slides…to reflect other necessary check-in points…that lead up to that end goal.…In this example, in order to prepare for the unit test,…learners will need to have explored questions…about plant life.…They'll need to know the steps of the scientific method,…
Join Faith Brill as she demonstrates how to create dynamic, student-centered, hands-on learning activities using PowerPoint. If you've used PowerPoint as a book replacement in the past, learn how to transition to using it as a tool, enhancing your instruction with discussion, activities, and multimedia. Get ready to try new techniques so you can embed these new approaches into your practice. This course helps teachers of any grade level, K–12 and higher ed, to move beyond passive teaching with bullet points to teaching with interactive lessons that engage students.
- Transition from traditional use of PowerPoint to dynamic use
- Use speaker notes
- Design effective teaching slides
- Evaluate and revise your classroom setup
- Create activities in PowerPoint
- Teach using games
- Organize your day and your curriculum