Here David Phillips speaks about PowerPoint, how it is a visual aid and that the ‘person’ is always the presentation. The amount of slides used has never been the problem but the objects within and how we use the slides can create an issue in regard to engagement. The above image captures his guidelines to provide a successful representation of information. Each slide should have one main purpose, we should utilise contrast, size matters and if we are using sentences we should not talk at the same time, the background should be dark and a maximum of six objects on the page is key. The discussion helped highlight errors made when I have used Powerpoint as a teaching tool in the past and that I wasn’t necessary thinking of the learning process of my students but the need to disseminate the essential information that could help my students within that topic. I did not reflect on how that information was digested.