Presentation given at the UTSA Teaching and Learning Center on March 24th 2011
1. Teaching With Pictures
2. Is PowerPoint Evil? 3. Why? Where? How? 4. Why? 5. Picture Superiority 6. Adding a picture increases recollection by up 65 percent! --John Medina 7. Memory Visual message Verbal message 8. How? 9. Teaching Math With Pictures 10. Supply Surplus and Shortage A supply shortage is when the quantity demanded is larger than the quantity supplied. The actual price is lower than the equilibrium price. A supply surplus is when the quantity demanded is smaller than the quantity supplied. The actual price is higher than the equilibrium price. 11. Supply Shortage 12. Supply Surplus 13. The Main Economic Problem Since all resources are scarce And since they could be distributed in different ways Give everyone the same Leave it to Chance Based on Need We need economics to find the BEST way to distribute the limited resources. 14. Resources are scarce 15. Give everyone the same 16. Leave it tochance 17. Based on Need 18. 19. Based on Need 20. Based on Need 21. Incentives Matter! 22. Incentives Matter! 23. Incentives Matter! 24. Picture Superiority 25. Picture Superiority 26. Picture Superiority 27. Picture Superiority 28. Shifting Demand and Supply Curves Image is too small 29. Shifting Demand and Supply Curves Image placed at weird location 30. Hesitant 31. Distorted 32. You cant see the text 33. Really tacky 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. Where?