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5 Free Tools for Creating Powerful, Engaging Student Projects

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We've all been there - sitting through 30 slide presentations that all look alike and present the same information in the same way. Would you like to get a break from this same ole, same ole presentation routine? Join Lauren Boucher as she explores five tools your students can use to create engaging student projects. Lauren will introduce these innovative tools and share sample project ideas for all levels. No more death by PowerPoint!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, February 13, 2016 @ 3:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: communication tools, google sheets, Nearpod, presentations, student projects

Reviews (32)

Basic Member
This is another great webinar with technology tools to use with students and teachers. I have been using Smore for the past three years and love it! I am familiar with and eager to use it with students. Plus, I am also eager to use Nearpod as my school district paid for a subscription. Also, I think it will be great to use the interactive virtual museum for more projects and this tech tool can be used in a variety of ways with many subject areas. Thanks so much!

Basic Member
Thank you for all these tools: Nearpod, Smore, I loved the project ideas presented and I am planning to use Story Jumper and The Interactive Virtual Museum with my students this year.
Basic Member
I love the museum idea. Adding it to my lesson plans!
Full Member
Very informative
Basic Member
Thank you for so many great ideas! Can't wait to try out the museum one especially!!
Basic Member
Great information on five tools students can use to create great student projects.
Full Member
I LOVED the virtual museum!
Basic Member
Love the idea of for info graphics. The idea of Virtual Museum for non-fiction research.
Full Member
Very informative...already thinking how I can use the
flyer, Smore and virtual museum for next year!
Basic Member
Save the PowerPoint! Good ideas!
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