5 Reasons to Use Google Slides Instead of Docs

Do Not Use Google Docs Tongue in cheek I recommend in my presentations to stop using Google Docs. Of course I use Google text documents but very often this is the tool of choice when other choices may be better. One of the 8 mathematical principles is “choose...

AUDIO in Google Slides

Add Audio Files to Your Google Slides A new feature in Google Slides is the ability to add an audio file. No more hacking inserting YouTube videos to get an audio only recording on your Google Slides presentation. When teachers can talk less, students can do more....

SlideShot Math with Desmos

Use the SlideShot Chrome Extension with Desmos Desmos is so much more than an online graphing calculator. Demos helps shift the math classroom from students doing math to exploring math. “Math is about pattern finding.” – Youcubed One of the shifts...

Google Slides: Q&A History

Find the Q&A History in Google Slides Looking at John Hattie’s research (visible-learning.org) you will see that what is highly rated for learning is class discussion and what is near the bottom for learning is PowerPoint. Talking WITH kids is powerful,...

Schoology: Make Collaborative Google Slides

Make ONE Google Slides for ALL the Students Unfortunately, the default when adding Google documents to Schoology is to “Make a copy for each student.” I personally try to avoid this like the plague. Using digital tools allows us to rethink what processes...
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