Engage Students with Google Slides

Google Slides are great for demonstrating or explaining to students about a particular topic.  But how about getting them involved?  By using the Presenter View, you can quickly take Q&A during a lesson to get feedback from students regarding material just covered.

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Additionally you can add a Google Form to your Slides presentation, and then project the Form results in real time, allowing students to answer questions and resolve any uncertainties they may have while you give individual or group feedback.

By clicking the “Send” button within Google Forms, you can grab the link (or shortened link if you prefer) and add it to one of your slides.  Students can then easily access the Google Form, and fill it out quickly.

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