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Choose Your Own Story with Google Forms. Congratulations!

Choose Your Own Story with Google Forms

It’s nearly summer vacation. As a reward for your dedicated service, you’ve won a free cruise on the SS Salvaje. Simply click here to finalize booking! (Seriously, click on the link and then come back to this post. I promise it’s not a scam.) We’ve all heard about Choose Your Own Adventure activities - either the wildly popular books from the 80s and 90s or using Google Forms with logic branching or Google Slides with hyperlinks among slides. They are passive experiences. What I decided on is more concretely detailed here, but to summarize, I used Slides to present them with a choice. It was an enjoyable activity, but it required a great deal of time on my part to cut and paste individual slides into each student’s story.

Using Google Forms, you can give each student a choice and use “Go to Page Based on Response” to direct their story to the next stage. In less time and effort, I was able to develop 16 different endings with Forms. Fourth Grade Teacher. Insert Videos Into Google Slides Without Using YouTube. 6 Ways to Become a Google Slides Pro - BetterCloud Monitor. The Techy Coach Blog: Google Slides - Making Presenter View Work for You. Recently, a reader posted the following question for the Techy Coach: "I watched your video on the new back channel available in the presenter view with Google Slides.

The Techy Coach Blog: Google Slides - Making Presenter View Work for You

How do you as a presenter see this view without the audience seeing it also? " This question comes up quite often, so I thought I would post this updated explanation about Presenter View to cover some of the features involved. Creating and Using a Q & A in Google Slides – Paul Chavez – ASSIST – AGSD – Help Desk. Creating a question and answer in Google Slides provides an extra tool for teachers and presenters to utilize for discussion in the classroom.

Creating and Using a Q & A in Google Slides – Paul Chavez – ASSIST – AGSD – Help Desk

Select a previous existing or create a Presentation in Google Slides To begin the process of creating a Question and Answer response system, you must first have a specific Google Slides Presentation that you would like the Q & A to be linked to. 2. Start a Q & A by going into “Presenter View” Once you have your presentation opened, click on the drop-down menu by the “Present” button in the upper right corner. 3. Once you have your Q & A created there are some features to keep in mind while using it. 4.

Questions or comments that have been posted on the link provided can be viewed from that page or from the presenter view under “Audience Tools”. Bio Paul Chavez – Student Paul (@ChavezHelpDesk) is a senior at Ash Grove High School. Like this: Like Loading... How to Use the Q&A Feature in Google Slides - BetterCloud Monitor. The benefits of the cloud are real.

How to Use the Q&A Feature in Google Slides - BetterCloud Monitor

In fact, a 451 Research report we recently commissioned found that, for end users, the major benefits of cloud applications included enhanced data synchronization, improved collaboration, and less dependence on email. Google Slides Q&A and the laser pointer. How to Use the New Q&A and Laser Pointer Features of Google Slides @googledocs. This afternoon Google added two fantastic new features to Google Slides.

How to Use the New Q&A and Laser Pointer Features of Google Slides @googledocs

First, Google Slides now has a Q&A feature that lets your audience submit questions to you. Jonathan Wylie: Instructional Technology Consultant. When Google Slides first came out, I wasn’t very kind in my review of all that it could do (or not do). However, the iOS app has seen a lot of improvements and today Google released a brand new feature that will be great for classrooms and presenters everywhere – a live question and answer module that lets an audience ask and vote on questions they would most like you do address. Here’s how it works. New Google Slides Features! Google just released a couple amazing upgrades to Slides that I'm quite jazzed about!

New Google Slides Features!

The most noteable is a new integrated backchannel/audience participation tool they're calling "Q&A". Now, when you're presenting using Google Slides, you can display a short URL that audience members can access and submit questions while you're presenting. Audience members can see everyone's questions and vote up the questions they also want to hear answered! As the presenter, you're able to see the questions at any time and how many votes each has received. To access this tool, don't go hunting for it while you're in edit mode, you won't find it! Once started, a URL will display at the top of each slide that audience members can access when they have questions to ask. If you want to share a question with the whole audience, just click on the "PRESENT" button beneath the question and it will display, Thoughtful features of this tool include: Users can submit questions anonymously.

Become a Google Slides Artist With These 7 Tricks - The Gooru. If there’s one conclusion you’ll reach after reading this article, it’s that Google Slides has some tricks up its sleeve.

Become a Google Slides Artist With These 7 Tricks - The Gooru

Jenny Lee is a graphic designer at BetterCloud and the artist behind the 2016 State of Cloud IT presentation. She shared her top tricks in Google Slides that she used while building the 2016 State of Cloud IT presentation. More than 35,000 people have viewed the presentation in SlideShare, which has proven to be a successful method to share a comprehensive slide presentation. 8 interactive Google Slides activities for classroom excitement. Google Slides isn’t just for delivering presentations to an audience.

8 interactive Google Slides activities for classroom excitement

Here are eight activities that bring interactive learning to students. (Public domain image via Pixabay.com) So often, people think of presentation slides as just that: a visual aid for delivering a presentation in front of an audience. But these slide apps (like Google Slides and PowerPoint in Office 365) really are powerful tools for delivering interactive user experiences. They can also create visually stimulating products to deliver a message and valuable content.

By thinking outside the box with Google Slides, PowerPoint and other similar tools, teachers can create unique learning experiences for students. Here are eight Google Slides activities that use the unique features of online slide apps to create engaging learning experiences: 1. I created a PDF ebook to help you create PDF ebooks. ANOTHER FREE EBOOK — I wrote an ebook called “101 Practical Ways to Ditch That Textbook” as a gift to my readers. 2. 3. 4. 5.