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Using Google Slides to Construct Knowledge and Encourage Student-driven Learning

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Would you like to design student-driven learning experiences that require students to construct knowledge as they create - an idea supported by the Common Core State Standards? This could be easier than you think. The Google Docs Presentation tool can be a great starting point to begin breaking the barriers of traditional tech integration and help you design student-driven learning experiences. Join Susan Oxnevad for an in-depth look at the features available in this collaborative and user friendly tool and learn to use Google Docs in innovative ways that go well beyond the typical student presentation. Templates to get you started also will be provided.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Saturday, April 25, 2015 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Common Core, Google Intermediate
Tags: Common Core, construct knowledge, GDOL0124, Google, Google Docs presentation, Google presentation

Reviews (49)

Full Member
Good suggestions for student use of Google Docs for creative thinking and collaboration.
Full Member
A lot of good ideas and templates!
Full Member
So many great ideas, I don't know which to try first.
Full Member
This was my favorite webinar so far! I can't wait to incorporate these ideas into my classroom!
Full Member
I like the thought of using google slides for short projects collaboratively. This encourages students to be self-learners.
Basic Member
Basic Member
I am thinking of all the different ways to use this information.
Full Member
This is a wonderful review of Google Slides. This exciting tool makes you want to put your PowerPoint away.
Awesome stuff here! I love the research tool and thank you so much for the templates! :)
Basic Member
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