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Topic: Using Powerpoints in the Classroom
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Stacy Camacho

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Using Powerpoints in the Classroom
Posted: Feb 20, 2007 5:23 PM
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Hi all,
I'm currently using powerpoints for my lesson plans in the classroom. I'm curious if anyone has any alternatives for using technology that can make these more interactive. At the moment, I just include simple animations. These seem to grab the student's attention but they still get lost with the math concepts. Are there any ways to make this more interactive? Or to try to grasp their attention more? I'm teaching 9th grade, math A.

Thanks for your suggestions!
~Stacy



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