Animated Blackboard Template For Educational PowerPoint Presentations
Educational presentations can often appear to be dull and boring for students, since the content can be complex and intimidatingly long! To create interest among students, teachers can use attractive PowerPoint Templates for making more attractive presentations. The Educated Presenter PowerPoint Template is one such template which brings animated, editable sample slides to help teachers create interesting presentations.
Animated Educational PowerPoint Template
While a lot of the clipart and objects within the sample slides of this template are focused upon teachers, students can also use this template to present their ideas. This template contains various animated slides displaying students, teachers, books, boards and pencils. These objects can be used for creating presentations on anything from social topics, science, technology, education and even topics like politics (e.g. to discuss the relationship between education and politics).
While the given sample slides are quite professionally made, you can further add your own videos, images and clipart to fashion slides as per your requirements. The sample slides are generic enough to be used for a wide range of topics and you can even use the objects within this template for new slides which you may create from scratch.
Editable Animated Slides That Adjust With The Presenter’s Content
As this is an animated template, you can simply add text, images and videos to make use of the animations, which will automatically amalgamate with your added content.
For example, the first and second sample slides show a teacher pointing at the board, you can add your own content to the board to make the animation appear as if it is pointing to your added content. Educated Presenter PowerPoint Template provides images for both male and female teachers, as well as students, in the form of stick figures.
The Educated Presenter PowerPoint Template works with the following versions of Microsoft PowerPoint:
- PowerPoint 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003 (PC)
- PowerPoint 2011 and 2008 (MAC)