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Importance of Image Selection

Relevant images are not merely about decoration.  They need to have purpose.  In Early Childhood we tend to put pictures of kids on everything.  I love looking at kids, but I encourage my clients to resist the temptation to put a child on a slide unless there is a particular purpose for that child being […]

Visualizing PowerPoint Slides

Dr. John Medina’s Brain Rule #10 has validated my own practice of “visualizing” PowerPoint slides.  As I began to work with content specialists I found myself in the position of helping them learn about the pitfalls of heavily text based slides and the value of using images to support the content and give learners a […]