Randomize Google Slides sponsored by Schoolytics allows you to easily shuffle the slide order in any Google Slides.
Use SlidesMania templates with Doc to Slides by Schoolytics
Like magic take any of your Google Docs and convert them to Google Slides!! This is going to be your new favorite Google Add-on.
Google Slides is one of my favorite collaboration creativity tools. Think outside the box to go beyond presentations. Here are 5 keyboard shortcuts that are sure to increase productivity. 1) Control Shift Up Arrow I use this EVERY DAY! Control Shift Up Arrow sends an object on the slide UP to the top. (Note this works on Jamboard also). Control… Read More »Google Slides: 5 Keyboard Shortcuts
Use this Google Slides Add-on to take a break
Guest Blogger and Educator Marcia Carrillo show how to customize your Google Slides using Slides Mania and Remove.bg for FREE!
I created a Free Add-on that will allow you to add a date on the Google Slides and updated it automatically.
Use Google Slides instead of Google Docs. You can make your Google Slides portrait by setting it to 8.5 by 11
Google Slides has updated it’s way it lets you add colors for backgrounds and fonts.
One of my favorite things is to have all students on the same ONE Google Slides. This allows me to see all student work together in real time. To initiate class discussions around student work and student ideas. To do feedback NOW with the students rather than me doing feedback by myself where I hope they read it. Roster to… Read More »Google Slides: Add a Slide per Student
Gamification Works!! We know when we gamify activities it increases student engagement and increased engagement increases student learning. In my webinar today I went over how to create digital badges using Google Slides and Google Drawings. Make Badges in Google Slides I have created a template in Google Slides to help you to quickly create digital badges. Create a copy… Read More »Make Badges with Google Apps
If you are looking for something fun for your students to do during class time try the Shut the Box game. Traditionally this game is played with 2 players, a pair of dice, and 9 tiles. To play this virtually, or digitally, try my Google Slides version. Template Objective The objective of the shut the box game is to remove… Read More »Shut the Box Game – Google Slides
Create a gameboard with Google Slides to engage your students.
When there’s a script or some sort of template for student-led conferences, it also helps families who speak another language.
Use Google Slides in Breakout Rooms No matter if you use Zoom or Google Meet or another video product to do breakout rooms with students, consider having a Google Slides per group. First Slide Built into my First Slide Add-on I have created a way to manage Google Slides for breakout rooms. Note that First Slide is NOT an official… Read More »Google Slides for Breakout Rooms