Powerpoint can reduce learning success

Congratulations to Chistof Wecker, Lecturer at the Chair of Education and Education Psychology at Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, who was interviewed in a recent university research magazine about his research project on Powerpoint and learning.

“Nowadays, it is almost impossible to attend a lecture that doesn’t use Powerpoint slides. But do they make it easier to retain the substance of the talk? In the following interview, LMU educational researcher Christof Wecker discusses their impact on learning.”… For the rest of this article please click here.

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