A hotly anticipated feature in Google Slides is finally here. The ability to annotate on the slide during a presentation. Here are 5 tips for using the pen in Google Slides
For funsies, would you like to make your Google Slides in curvsive? I have updated Randomize Slides to have a feature that turns all of your textboxes into cursive.
You need this! Clay Smith, Google Certified Innovator, has created a Chrome extension that will automatically go to the next slide after a set amount of time. Auto Advance Google Slides
When you add text onto Google Slides does it sometimes get lost in the image behind it? Alice Keeler shows you how to adjust the textbox to make it easier to read.
Use the game Farkle, a dice game, to teach students how to communicate their strategies. This will allow you to focus on increasing critical thinking in your class.
Collaborative Learning with Google Workspace. Google Workspace provides a wealth of tools that make collaborative learning more accessible and efficient for both students and teachers. By leveraging these tools and techniques, you can create engaging and successful group projects that foster teamwork, communication, and critical thinking skills. As you implement these strategies in your classroom, you’ll discover the power of collaboration and the benefits it brings to your students’ learning experiences.
A feature added to an Add-on for Google Sheets lets you turn it into a Google Slides choice board. Use the Roster Extras for Schoolytics Add-on in Google Sheets to quickly create a gamified choice board. Feature: Create Gamified Choice Board by Category
Oh shoot! Google updated their interface for Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides again. This time the Explore tool is the victim of the design update. Can you still access the Explore tool? Where is it? Where Did the Explore Tool Go?
Alice Keeler has added fun new features to Seating Chart Slides to allow you to create fun refrigerator poetry in Google Slides. From a list of words in a Google Doc, use the Add-on to magically create refrigerator poetry.
Getting started with Google Slides as a teacher is fun and easy! This powerful and versatile platform offers numerous advantages over PowerPoint, and with a little bit of practice, you’ll be able to use it just as effectively.
In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the most useful hidden features of Google Slides that can help you create even better interactions with your students.
Need to keep your presentation on pace? Wish you could auto advance your Google Slides™? Slides Timer (by ClayCodes) is a must-have Chrome extension for anyone who regularly uses Google Slides for presentations. This extension allows you to set a timer for each slide. An amazing option in Slides Timer is the ability to automatically advance to the next slide, making your presentation run smoothly and efficiently.
As a user of Google Slides you want to be sure to install the mobile version to your phone or tablet. Here are 5 Tips for Mobile Google Slides
Get students thinking about math and factors! Check out these factor puzzles from Pam Harris. Use the Add-on to add to Google Slides anytime!
Play games for learning! Games build classroom culture and help students to practice math skills. The Greedy Pig game is great for playing with students of all ages. Use Dice Slides by Alice Keeler to play Greedy Pig in Google Slides.