I really appreciate how PowerPoint gives us the option to integrate these platforms to bring student responses and feedback to life.
Did you know that Microsoft PowerPoint offers a feature to record audio narration directly on the slides?!
Screen Recorder is a neat tool that is great for quick, no-fuss recording and is easy enough for your students to use as well. Consider using it for asynchronous tasks and student activities!
Not a Graphic Designer? No Problem! I openly tell people that I work with that I am not a graphic designer. I am a techie person but graphic design and making things look pretty is not one of my strengths. This is an issue because I would still like to make beautiful slide decks for participants in professional developments that… Read More »Designer in PowerPoint: The Graphic Design Life Saver
When using presentation tools such as Google Slides or PowerPoint you can rearrange the slides by clicking on one of the slide tiles on the left hand side. Click and hold down on the slide tile. Drag your mouse up and down to move the slide. Moving Multiple Slides Click on the first slide you want to move in the slide… Read More »Moving Slides in a Presentation
As 21st Century teachers we need to ensure that our students learn the new literacies. Check out Kathy Shrocks guide to the new literacies. Having students create presentations is a great way to improve their visual literacy skills and also to address the Common Core. These tips simply get students started with using PowerPoint in Office 365. Log into… Read More »Office 365: Getting Started with PowerPoint