October 9, 2015
Below are three interesting Google Drive apps to use in your class to remotely present to your students. Check them out and share with us what you think of them.
1- Pear Deck
When you present through Pear Deck you are actually creating a live session that students can join from their own devices. As a teacher, you have full control of the flow of the presentation and using your tablet you can even easily move in the class while going through the slides in your projector screen.Pear Deck has a variety of unique interactive features (e.g. draggable, drawing, text or number, multiple choice…etc) that enable students to actively participate in your presentation and respond to your questions. Students responses can be shared in realtime and anonymously on classroom projector or interactive whiteboard.
De Mobo Slides lets you control your PDF, Google Slides, Prezi, Slideshare and many other cloud presentations all on your phone (iOS and Android).
It is a useful FREE tool for educators, students, public speakers and project managers. All of your presentations are on your phone along with speaker notes, animation selection and a timer. This app will make you a better presenter.
Presefy is a free and easy presentation service that lets you broadcast your slides to your audience. Present your presentation slides (PowerPoint, Google Slides or PDF) with any device. Engage your audience as they can see your slides on their mobile or laptop during your presentation.