This page is dedicated to interactive resources that teachers and students can use for presentations and assignments in their classroom. Gone are the days of just talking at the front of the classroom! These resources are engaging, enjoyable and most of all easy to use. Have a look at these resources next time you want your students to do a presentation with a difference! Im sure you will appreciate how great they are!


Photo story - Creates slideshows using digital photos or images. You can add audio, soundtracks, special effects, titles, captions and more! It is easy to use and free to download. You can also share your photo story by email or CD!

Movie Maker - Use this program to create, edit and share home movies. It contains features such as effects, transitions, titles/credits, audio track and its layout is in a timeline view. You can use video or still images to create your movie.

My Studiyo - This website creates interactive quizzes. It is easy to use and free, all you have to do is register. There are loads of templates to choose from and you can add in links to videos and pictures. Teachers can give students a quiz for homework and monitor what students have completed it and when!

SlideShare - Great website that you can upload your PowerPoint presentations to share them with others. All you have to do is register as its free! A great way to access and store PowerPoint presentations regarding any topic and you will never lose them!

Voicethread - Click here to access a page all about voicethread ( a web based communications network. It is a collaborative multimedia slide show that holds images, videos and documents. You can also comment in lots of different ways - voice, text, audio file, video or webcam! A great learning experience for all!

Ideas for Assessment

To assess students using these programs you could create a rubric for them to adhere to.

Examples of things you could include on it are: Content, audience involvement, presentation skills, voice, eye contact etc.

Peer assessment and feedback could also be conducted after presentations.

Teachers could also assess presentations on their computer as the presentation is happening and print off the student’s feedback and marks for them to receive as soon as they have finished their presentation. This will help assist the teachers correction workload and would also benefit the students as they can receive immediate feedback to see what went well and what future improvement is needed.




If anyone has anymore great resources to add to this list please let us know!