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Jul 11. 2018

Classroom clickers vs polling apps: What should I use

Many schools and universities have used student response tools starting from the early ‘90s. Nowadays, most educational institutions use modern live polling apps instead of the classic classroom clickers. However, there are still some universities that hesitate to switch from clickers to live polling tools.

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Jul 04. 2018

7 interactive presentation games to amplify your event

Gamification is a buzzword nowadays, but how can we make use of it in real-life settings such as event planning, giving a presentation or organizing a meeting session?

Games are educational. We have to learn to play the game, and in that process we learn the patterns and rules of play. Good games make people work harder.

We have prepared a selection of gamification ideas to apply to your presentations. They will help you educate better, and help your audience learn easier.

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Jun 25. 2018

Evolution of Voting (Infographic)

A vote itself has a simple definition: it is a choice made by a group or a particular person to make a decision or express an opinion. But hundreds of years ago the voting methods were completely different than they are now. Read on and learn how the most essential decision-making procedure shaped the world we live in.

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Jun 22. 2018

6 church survey tips to better engage your congregation

Sometimes it’s quite hard to find out what your congregation needs, as not all of them truly speak out. Usually, only the most active members share their feelings and thoughts, while the others are too shy. Anonymous church survey can be a great solution for these kinds of problems.

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Jun 19. 2018

Breaking down a successful PowerPoint presentation

Most people who start making a PowerPoint presentation want it to be something amazing that will wow the audience. But it often ends up being another boring presentation that sends people to sleep. This happens because speakers don’t know exactly what makes a good presentation – the design, the takeaways, the story or something else.

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Jun 18. 2018

5 PowerPoint integrations that will make your presentation stand out

It takes experience and good taste to design a beautiful and informative presentation in PowerPoint, but it takes real effort and creativity to make your presentation stand out of the “typical” and “usual” (read – boring).

Use the approaches and techniques outlined in this article to engage and interact with your audience during your presentation.

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Jun 18. 2018

5 tips to keep your audience engaged throughout your conference

Keeping audience attention is more important and sometimes more difficult than grabbing audience attention. People come to a conference expecting to see and hear interesting things, and when they do not get the value they expect, the overall interest and participation falls drastically.

Here are 5 essential methods which will help you stay connected with your audience during a conference.

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Jun 18. 2018

7 Tips to Boost Organizational Citizenship

A strong company culture based on core values and principles shared between all employees is crucial to business success. Companies that put their teams first and foster a spirit of inclusiveness are rewarded with increased employee loyalty, employee satisfaction and low turnover rates.

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Jun 18. 2018

How to Run Effective All-Hands Meetings?

Communication becomes more difficult when a company grows. Discussing things with your team one-on-one when it is more than 10 people is inefficient and exhausting. In such cases you rely on company-wide, all-hands meetings, which makes it easier to focus your entire team on company goals and current activities (among everything else).

We created a list of important things to pay attention to when planning for an all-hands meeting, so that the investment of time (and sometimes money) pays off.

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Jun 12. 2018

8 tools to enhance critical thinking in the classroom

Many teachers struggle with enhancing critical thinking in their classrooms. Most of them use a model of learning known as Bloom’s Taxonomy as the basis of teaching. The levels are: Read more…

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