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Prezi Instructional Teach-nology Series: Part I

• December 1, 2010 • Comments (1)

PowerPoint presentations are utilized by educators and students for multiple purposes. At times they seem to be overutilized. In the classroom, I am always disappointed to see them used as a replacement for writing on the board, or filed with tons of text. As a result, students often moan when they see the projector power on. The thought of another PowerPoint elicits notions of sleep, texting, or doodling. A creative alternative to the traditional PowerPoint is Prezi, the subject of my new Teach-nology series.

Prezi is a presentation software that is completely free. There are two upgrade options called Enjoy and Pro that cost $59.00 and $159.00 per year, respectively. As a teacher, the free version is fine. The only benefit to upgrading that seem of value for classrooms is the desire to make your presentation private. With the free version your Prezi presentation can be accessed by anyone on the Prezi explore page. This means that you want to avoid using student images or last names in anything that you use. Another option is to download the Prezi software. This allows you to make your own Prezis offline, just as you would withMicrosoft PowerPoint. You have 30 days to access this tool for free. If you like it, you will need to purchase the most expensive upgrade option to continue access. Another (possibly unsavory option) is to register again using your school email or another email and a different computer (i.e. your school computer, your laptop, etc.) to get a new 30 day membership. This is probably not the best long term option, but a viable one if your 30 days has expired and you really want to make another Prezi and keep it private. While the installation process takes about one minute, I would save this option until after you have mastered Prezi! Over the next few weeks I will create a series tutorials and tips for using this in your classroom. Let’s get started using this presentation technology!

Here is a great tutorial to explain how to get started with Prezi:

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  1. Leslie Westin says:

    Hi Dr. Linder!
    Thank you so much for doing this series. I have read each of these and am excited. I teach middle school students in Michigan. They HATE powerpoints. They just don’t get excited about them. I am playing with Prezi now. I hope to use it in a few weeks with my students. Thanks for always being up on the latest and greatest technology for classes!

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