Lack of Engagement Online? Let’s Change That! Make Your Presentation Fun and Interactive

1:45 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

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Ms. Madison Mikalauski

In 2021, Ms. Madison Mikalauski graduated in  the Honors Program with a K-12 Bachelor of Science in Education and Cross Categorical Special Education License from the University of Wisconsin Whitewater. During her junior year at UWW, she spent three weeks student teaching at Woodlawn School of Special Education in Mandeville, Jamaica. She is currently employed as a high school special education teacher with the Peotone Community Unit School District.

Abstract:

With all the online lessons these days, it is hard to keep your students engaged. Students are distracted and get bored easily. Because of that, you want to make your lessons fun, but you do not know where to start. You want to get feedback from your students in real time, but do not get a response when you ask a question. This presentation will give you tips and tricks on how to start making your lessons interactive.

 

This session models topics like inserting audio, games, polls, and making your PowerPoint visually attractive. It also provides linked free resources that will help you create your ideal presentation tailored to your specific students.

Moderated by:

Ms. Vanessa Walker