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Doctor's Orders - Burn Your PowerPoints

Dr. John Medina is an evolutionary biologist. He knows how the brain works. This is what led him to encourage others to destroy their current PowerPoint presentations and start over.

Inspired by his recent book, Brain Rules, BrainSlides.com helps people design effective slide presentations or redesign their existing ones. Created especially for teachers and students, BrainSlides encourage research-based teaching and design practices to improve classroom experiences.

Free information is available on the blog. You can inquire about design or consulting services via the contact form.

Visit brainslides.com for more info.

Video created in Apple Keynote using images available from brainrules.net/​news

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Dr. John Medina is an evolutionary biologist. He knows how the brain works. This is what led him to encourage others to destroy their current PowerPoint presentations and start over. Inspired by his recent book, Brain Rules, BrainSlides.com helps people design effective slide presentations or redesign their existing ones. Created especially for teachers and students, BrainSlides encourage research-based teaching and design practices to improve classroom experiences. Free information is available on the blog. You can inquire about design or consulting services via the contact form. Visit brainslides.com for more info. Video created in Apple Keynote using images available from brainrules.net/​news

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