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Using Google Apps to Create Interactive Student or Class Projects

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Overview

Google Apps are great for making documents and slideshows, but did you know you and your students can also use them to make digital interactives? These interactives provide great ways for students to demonstrate their knowledge or explore concepts and content. In this fast-paced session, join Meredith Martin as she explains how to use Google Slides and Google Drawings to go beyond the basics with your class to create interactive reports, projects, lessons, and more!

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, November 5, 2016 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: class projects, Google apps, Google Drawings, Google Slides, student projects

Reviews (49)

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Awesome!! Thanks!!
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Wow, that is awesome how you can create interactive slides through google, thanks.
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Useful information. Thank you.
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Great ideas for interactive lessons!
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Very helpful with clear examples on how to use a few very useful tools. Thanks very much.
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This is a webinar that I have to watch over and over again, there is just so much in this one.
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I love the idea of creating your own story and allowing the students to interact with the slide show instead of it just being set one way. It allows for all learners to benefit from it. Thank you for sharing this new information I will be sure to use it soon.
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Thank you for sharing way to create interactive projects. I really think my students will love this project.
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Meredith,
Thank you for this very informative webinar. I can't wait to use this with my 5th and 6th graders and their new chromebooks. Awesome!
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Wow very informative webinar here. So much information, and so little time to take all at once. This has sparked me to continue to learn more from google docs to great those amazing slides shared here. Thank you.
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