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One example of a visually-striking, non-linear presentation tool is Pr . I have used this in different ways to ezi


steer my students through information, but also as a way of flipping learning. This is an approach to learning which reverses the concept of a traditional classroom. Learners view or listen to the presentation of material outside the learning environment which leaves more time for discussion and hands-on activities to take place in the classroom. In the example below, trainee teachers were asked to work through the presentation on assessment at their own pace before sharing their knowledge as a group.


(created usinghttps://prezi.com )


What I like about Prezi is how it shows relationships between different elements. Key information can be highlighted using the zoom feature and the tool is not hard to use. Learners can work together to create their own presentations. It is particularly useful for certain individuals, such as some people with dyslexia, who prefer to see the whole picture first and discuss the connections between elements.


(created using http://www.powtoon.com/) Another cloud-based tool with which I have been experimenting is


PowToon . Its main appeal is how only a few


minutes of content can be exploited effectively in the learning environment. Once you have created a PowToon video, it can be uploaded to YouTube in perpetuity. This also makes for an excellent flipped learning 20


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