Just lately I attempted out the Google Slides™ Add-On I’ve heard a lot about referred to as: Slip-in-Slide. Have you ever tried it? Oh my goodness gracious it is a GAME CHANGER!
Up to now I’ve advised academics that they will:
- Assign all the slides without delay and have college students work at their very own tempo.
- Make a replica of the unique presentation, delete all the slides they do not wish to assign that day after which share the presentation with college students (do that for every “project”). The issue with this technique is that there are means too many displays to maintain up with. Personally, I wish to maintain every thing “below one roof”.
- Much like #2👆Make a replica of the unique presentation, delete all the slides they do not wish to assign that day after which share the presentation with college students. Then the instructor may share one other copy of the whole authentic presentation for college kids to repeat and paste the slide template(s) into their very own presentation. That is simply means too many steps.
Now, I’ve a new suggestion…
This add-on will enable the instructor to pick a slide or set of slides from a separate Google Slides™ presentation and robotically insert it/them into displays that college students have already been assigned and have been engaged on. It’s unbelievable.
Word: To ensure that this to work, it’s worthwhile to have all the displays college students are engaged on inside a Google Folder. Google Classroom already units up this construction properly when the instructor assigns a Google Slides Template and selects Make a replica for every scholar earlier than clicking Assign:
It will robotically create a folder inside the Classroom folder within the instructor’s Google Drive.
How To Use Slip-in-Slide