Student Presentations without PowerPoint

I have been recently trying to find new ideas to have my students learn through technology.  I have most recently had my students create a budget presentation in PowerPoint and share them with each their classmates not only through a presentation, but also on the class moodle page.  The students took pride in this project and learned a lot more about budgeting than I could teach them.

What other ways have you recently had your students present their information that they learned other than a PowerPoint?

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Comment by Michael Morret on April 4, 2012 at 4:39am

Rich, I recently had my Pre-Algebra students create paperslide videos focusing on topics they had learned in their studied this year.  They had 3 days to collaborate, design and create their paperslides and a day to record it.  It was a tight timeframe but it made them work together for the common goal.  I used Flip cameras to have the kids record their videos but you could use any digital cameras you have available.  Groups of 2-3 worked best!  Plus, they had a blast doing it! 



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