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Thursday, August 22 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Google Slides- G Suite's Swiss Army Knife

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Often seen as Powerpoint's simplified and under-powered counterpart, Google Slides is a actually a POWERHOUSE of an educational tool.  Need to present with advanced animation? Google Slides.  Need to design an engaging newsletter or poster? Slides it is.  Want your students to have a self-guided review unit that is interactive and responsive?  Go see Google Slides!  This session will guide teachers through the basics of using Slides as a presentation builder, design/publishing suite, and interactive playground.  It is ideal for teachers and students who are new to Google Slides, or are interested in learning more about the endless possibilities it provides.

Attendees will be guided through Slides and create engaging introductory presentations, design and publish classroom posters, and build interactive playgrounds and environments.

Attendees will develop their basic skills in using Google Slides, be able utilize various functions and options in Slides to design classroom resources, and learn how to create interactivity and self-guided responsive experiences for their students within a slide show.

Link to presentation: http://bit.ly/GoogleSlidesMonroe
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Speakers
avatar for Todd Koren

Todd Koren

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Northshore School District
Google Certified Educator Levels 1 and 2. I have utilized G suite since its inception and roll out into schools as a teacher, instructional technology specialist, and in my current role.  I have taught with it, created with it, and trained others on its uses.


Thursday August 22, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Room 308

Attendees (8)



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