PowerPoint Whiteboarding

16 August 2010

It’s always hard to keep students engaged and listening during a class and especially so during a long one.  Here are five  “low tech” suggestions for teaching with slides from a university professor:

  1. Design the slides so that particular content is missing, allowing for interaction and construction with the students
  2. Project the slides over a whiteboard
  3. Use markers to fill-in-the-blanks and to comment/expand on the content
  4. Invite students to take notes and build the content during the class
  5. Take a digital photograph of the whiteboard before erasing.

Here are some photographs I received from him that give a better idea:

What do you think?

Have you used this method with your presentations?

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4 Responses to “PowerPoint Whiteboarding”

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  2. Great Ideas here!

    Getting people involved is the best way to learn things.

    Thanks for the Post!

  3. That’s a cool idea. On my site, I have a tip for creating slides from audience/student input at http://www.ellenfinkelstein.com/powerpoint_tip_create_slides_audience_input.html. It’s very simple, just going into Normal view and typing. This tip could be used to complete individual words.

  4. alka rao says:

    As they say, great ideas are often the simplest, loved it