[caption id="attachment_36341" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Microsoft's free program allows for collaborative PowerPoint presentations."]Microsoft's free program allows for collaborative PowerPoint presentations.[/caption]

Joining in the effort to keep students engaged in the classroom, Microsoft on April 30 announced a new addition to its PowerPoint software that allows students to participate in classroom presentations. The best news: It's available free of charge.

The new tool, called Mouse Mischief, allows teachers to add multiple choice, yes/no, and drawing questions to their presentations. Students then use any computer mice (any device from the school will work) to answer these questions....

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