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Brainstorming in the Cloud: Using Prezi Meeting to Facilitate Feedback during the Topic Selecting and Organizing Stage of the Composition Process
Transcript of Brainstorming in the Cloud: Using Prezi Meeting to Facilitate Feedback during the Topic Selecting and Organizing Stage of the Composition Process
Brainstorming in the Cloud
Students were placed in groups of four to six and asked to create a Prezi meeting, sharing the link to edit their Prezi on the class Facebook group.
After creating the Prezi and commenting on each other's projects, students were asked to comment on the Prezis created by other tribes.
no more than 10 at a time can attend meeting
Use for Small Group or Homework
Use for in-class work if you like a loud class
prezi meeting facilitates discussion. students talked more than when they used edistorm
Combine with Facebook group
it's hard for students to share links with their group. Facebook helps.
presented at the CCCC, Digital Pedagogy Posters Session
on Saturday, March 24, 2012 in Saint Louis
Using Prezi Meeting was a great way for us, as a class, to share and receive feedback on our ideas. By adding the Facebook aspect to the classroom really helped us to communicate with Shawn, along with the rest of the class outside of the classroom. -B.S.
Prezi is a great tool for group brainstorming, especially for our class. It allowed us the opportunity to not only be productive, but to have a great time in the process. -J.T.