PowerPoint Whiteboarding and Post-Its

29 September 2010

This post is a sequel to the post titled “PowerPoint Whiteboarding.”

As the newly appointed university professor looks for new ways to involve his students, this is what he’s up to now.

Here are some pictures of a similar technique but trying to get student more engaged and up at the whiteboard with Post-its too.



He says: “I am learning that making good lessons is about improvising in the moment and judging the feeling of the room to keep the momentum going. That is really difficult! I even find myself tweaking slides duringĀ  breaks to respond to the situation, but it doesn’t always succeed!”

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One Response to “PowerPoint Whiteboarding and Post-Its”

  1. Dave Giusti says:

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