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Prezi: Letting Your Ideas Flow

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Chris Long

on 9 July 2013

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Transcript of Prezi: Letting Your Ideas Flow

Prezi: Letting Your Ideas Flow
Step 1
Set aside some alone time on the computer to practice what you learn and choose a partner in crime to
bounce ideas off of.
Step 2
Create an account.
Step 3
Beg, Borrow and Steal...Explore available prezis by clicking on the Explore tab at the top of the home page
Search for different topics that you teach and see how many prezis already exist.
Step 4
Learn, practice and create.
http://prezi.com
Network: Jcrib
Password: tsyrphlame
Teachers will be able to:
-find existing Prezis to use
in the classroom.
-create an original Prezi.
Always my first choice for a partner,
especially when tech is involved.
An educators account is free and gives you Enjoy account options. Click on
Prezi for Education-bottom of the home page
Edu Enjoy License above the Get Started Button
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