How should teachers re-engineer their Powerpoint slides to support learning?
A minority of schools stipulate a Powerpoint format all their teaching staff have to work from. Whether staff report a reduction in workload, improved autonomy or better exam results, we don't really know.
I have evidence on my hard drive of using PowerPoint teaching in my classroom dating back to 2003; it was never imposed. However, what if a school leadership team offered a research-informed approach to teaching-by-Powerpoint, is there scope for