Teaching with-images

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Presentation given at the UTSA Teaching and Learning Center on March 24th 2011

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<ul><li> 1. Teaching With Pictures<br /></li></ul> <p> 2. Is PowerPoint Evil?<br /> 3. Why?<br />Where?<br />How?<br /> 4. Why?<br /> 5. Picture Superiority<br /> 6. Adding a picture increases recollection by up 65 percent! <br />--John Medina<br /> 7. Memory<br />Visual message<br />Verbal message<br /> 8. How?<br /> 9. Teaching Math With Pictures<br /> 10. Supply Surplus and Shortage<br />A supply shortage is when the quantity demanded is larger than the quantity supplied.<br />The actual price is lower than the equilibrium price.<br />A supply surplus is when the quantity demanded is smaller than the quantity supplied.<br />The actual price is higher than the equilibrium price.<br /> 11. Supply Shortage<br /> 12. Supply Surplus<br /> 13. The Main Economic Problem<br />Since all resources are scarce<br />And since they could be distributed in different ways<br />Give everyone the same<br />Leave it to Chance<br />Based on Need<br />We need economics to find the BEST way to distribute the limited resources.<br /> 14. Resources are scarce<br /> 15. Give everyone the same<br /> 16. Leave it tochance<br /> 17. Based on Need<br /> 18. 19. Based on Need<br /> 20. Based on Need<br /> 21. Incentives Matter!<br /> 22. Incentives Matter!<br /> 23. Incentives Matter!<br /> 24. Picture Superiority<br /> 25. Picture Superiority<br /> 26. Picture Superiority<br /> 27. Picture Superiority<br /> 28. Shifting Demand and Supply Curves<br />Image is too small<br /> 29. Shifting Demand and Supply Curves<br />Image placed at weird location<br /> 30. Hesitant<br /> 31. Distorted<br /> 32. You cant see the text<br /> 33. Really tacky<br /> 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. Where?<br /></p>