How to Make Your Google Presentations Shine
Google Slides Templates
- Book Reports
- Lesson Plans
- and more!
There are some great options to choose from, and you can customize these templates using the Master Slide (more on that in a coming post). For now, just moving away from the same generic look and feel of most presentations will help set you apart from the pack. Don’t forget to share these options with your students as well!
A Note About Presentation Size
Want more Google Slides Ideas?
I frequently refer to Google Slides as the Swiss Army Knife of the G Suite tools because it is capable of being so much more than a presentation tool. In this course, you will learn how to use Slides in new and unexpected ways in your classroom that will engage your students and make learning more dynamic!
K-12 teachers are going to LOVE THIS COURSE!
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- Video-based lessons
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- Bonus 1: Stop-Motion Animation
- Bonus 2: How to Create Magnetic Poetry with Slides and Drawings
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- Supporting Resources
- Best Practices and Tips
- 6 hours of professional learning credit
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