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Great Ways to Use Google Slides for Student-Driven Learning Projects

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Would you like to design student-driven learning projects that require students to construct knowledge as they create? This could be easier than you think. Google Slides can be a great starting point for breaking the barriers of traditional tech integration while designing student-driven learning experiences. Join Susan Oxnevad for an in-depth look at the features available in this collaborative and user friendly tool. She will show how to use Google Slides in innovative ways that go well beyond the typical student presentation. In addition, Susan will provide templates to help get you started.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, May 4, 2019 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Google Basics, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: Google Slides, presentations, student projects, student-driven learning

Reviews (58)

Basic Member
Thank you!
Nice work
Full Member
This was wonderful, and very helpful. I would love to have access to some examples of the different projects you have made, including the student jobs.
Full Member
Good Info! Very useful!
Basic Member
I really like how the presenter showed how to incorporate collaboration with slides
Basic Member
Thank you, great info!
Like the idea of making a resource book and having students work together with different levels of jobs. Do we have access to the slide deck?
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