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How To Teach Creativity in 2020: An English Teacher’s Journey 

created by Emaze
There are many misconceptions about creativity. There’s an assumption that people have, that creativity is a trait you possess. Either you’re a creative sort of person, or you’re not. If we think that we’re “just not a creative person”, it feels like there’s not much we can do – and we might not try at all. Our creative side remains buried, suppressed, and untouched. read more

6 Worst Presentations Ever & Why They Suck [#5 Is CRAZY]

created by Motti Nisani
We’ve all had to sit through bad presentations, the boring ones that go on too long, the complicated, badly planned presentations, or horror, the presentations with photos of the presenter’s child or cat.  While you may know the basic rules – keep text to a minimum, use contrasting colors, follow the 10-20-30 rule (10 slides, 20 minutes, 30 point text size), some people seem to have failed to get the memo. The next 6 slides will make you laugh, or cry, or gasp. Enjoy! read more

5 Foolproof Tips For An Amazing Flipped Lesson in 2020 [+Tips & Videos]

created by Ariella Cohen
Today’s technologies are shaking up the classroom, and give us great ways to engage our students with our materials. read more

Emaze vs Prezi vs PowerPoint: Which Is Better For You?

created by Ariella Cohen

Which online presentation software is really the best?

Most of us grew up using Powerpoint for all our presentation needs. For a long time, it seemed to be the only player in the game, and to this day Powerpoint remains strong. Over the past few years, some serious competition has emerged. Several programs now offer the same features as Powerpoint and have added features that were missing from Powerpoint. Many of these competitors are cheaper than Powerpoint or even free. Some offer important features that Powerpoint doesn’t even touch upon. 

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