Making engaging, creative, and meaningful presentations is an essential skill for students to communicate what they have learned in class. With a great presentation, the students can deliver effectively their ideas and reflections, communicating their stories better and meaningfully.
1. Adobe Spark Video
Adobe Spark Video (formerly Adobe Voice) turns ideas, pictures, and videos into elaborate presentations that can be shared to other people. From their iTunes app description: Spark Video helps anyone create stunning animated videos in minutes. No filming required — just record your voice in short increments to tell your story. Pick from over 25,000 beautiful iconic images or add your own photos to highlight what you have to say. Select the soundtrack that works best. Then Video automatically adds striking cinematic motion to your story — no design experience needed. Share your video to make an impact: Persuade, inform and inspire your audience. You can even access, edit and share your video from a browser using Adobe Spark for web. And did we tell you it’s all free?
Apple’s app for great presentations. Keynote has evolved into a great presentation tool that can be used by both students and power-users. Keynote is available for iOS and Mac devices.
Prezi is a presentation software that uses motion, zoom, and spatial relationships to bring ideas to life. With its native mobile app, it is now easier to create great presentations. Take advantage of the great fluid motions to make the presentation better. Create your Prezi now.
4. Google Slides
Google’s presentation app that is part of the Google Apps suite. Take advantage of the collaborative feature of the app. New feature includes the capability to gather and show question during presentation.
A web-based app that lets users create video or slideshow presentation using various templates and catchy icons. The final product can also be exported and published in YouTube. The various themes can be easily edited, too. Visit Powtoon and start creating your videos.