PowerPoint and Presenting Stuff

Teacher Brings History To Present

Mike Pearce says the best history teachers in today’s schools will tell stories, make students relate to the people and events and use technology in order to do both. Starting in 2001, when he was teaching eighth grade, Pearce began integrating his own lesson plans into a PowerPoint system. “It hits every learning style. We live in an electronic age and kids are now very impressed by instruction that is more contemporary,” he said.

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