From Arizona K-12 center: http://azk12.org/blog/
Most of the teachers that I know are still using power point to give lectures with and to have students produce projects. It’s not that I still don’t use it but it is my starting point and not the end. Recently I made a power point on cyber bullying for a presentation that I have to make to our middle school staff next week. I made the power point, then I saved it as jpgs and put some of them into a glog. I then made a video of them with photostory, and I made a slide.com presentations as well. My goal was to show my fellow teachers how to take a simple power point and change it up. Students could easily accomplish these alternatives once they have their power point, then they could get feed back from people outside of their own classroom. Plus it just adds a lot of fun to working on a project. At least I think so.
Plus I came across this at the Arizona k-12 site and found that it makes all the points that I wish I could have said so creatively.