I just got an email from Prezi today about this new format and I am currently exploring the new features. One of the big changes includes “conversational presenting”
Prezi Next lets users move freely between topics and adapt their delivery on the fly. Through this non-linear approach called “conversational presenting,” presenters can utilize the same presentation for each meeting, but switch its focus to what any given audience cares most about.
• Use emoji keyboard to make writing assignments more fun and interesting for your students
• Simply click on an emoji or emoticon symbol to copy it to the clipboard and paste emoji anywhere you want
• Insert your text and emojis into Microsoft Word, Google Docs or another program of your choice
• Free and Kid Friendly QR Reader
This step-by-step guide shows teachers and students how to install and use this Free App
• Requires iOS 9.0 or later
• Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
• A QR code (Quick Response Code) is a type of matrix barcode first designed for the automotive industry in Japan
• When scanned with a smartphone, tablet or laptop they will take you to a website, article, video, social media page and more
• All you need is a camera lens on your device and a free QR code scanning app
• QR Codes can be used for many classroom activities including website and video investigations
Do you use the amazing Google Classroom platform?
Do you have your students use Prezi to create dynamic presentations?
If you answered no to these questions, I would suggest you start using both of these amazing tools.
If you answered yes to the above questions, take advantage of this free guide.
I recently had my classes create a Prezi and share to my Google Classroom. I put together some step-by-step instructions to guide my students through this sharing process. I am sharing those instructions below in case you plan to use Prezi this semester with your students. I plan to have a link to a free download for you soon, so that you will have a copy to keep for future reference. UPDATE: The link to this free guide has now been added below
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I offered students the opportunity for bonus marks if they create a character/picture using shapes in Google Drawings. I was really impressed with what they were able to create. Here are a few student exemplars…
This is a fun activity that allows students to learn more about Google Drive Drawings while creating an amusing picture.
• Once students are done completing one of my Google Draw activities (Holiday Picture, Dinosaur, Minion, Pokemon etc.), they can create a picture of their choice.
• This resource some examples of what students created for this activity
• Note: these examples do not include step-by-step instructions like my other Google Draw activities.
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I am excited to announce that starting today Teachers Pay Teachers is now offering Video lessons. I now have video lessons on the following topics …
1. Weebly Website Creator
2. Kahoot Classroom Response Game
3. Popplet Mind Maps
4. QR Codes using Google Sheets
5. PicMonkey Photo Editing
6. Prezi Presentations
7. Glogster Multi-Media Posters
8. Google Drive
9. Google Classroom