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Engage Your Students Through Digital Presentation Tools

Keeping the engagement of your students throughout a lesson can be difficult to maintain throughout the school year. However, technology provides the means to help keep students engaged in ways previously not available through traditional teaching. Now teachers can instantly and anonymously find out what their students understand, what they don't and how to bridge that gap.
A Collection By Devan Edgerton
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Engage Your Students Through Digital Presentation Tools
  • Nearpod

    Webtool
    app.nearpod.com
    app.nearpod.com
    Devan Edgerton says:
    This article explains the many ways that you can use Nearpod in your classroom to increase student engagement.
  • Nearpod Blog

    Website Blog
    blog.nearpod.com
    blog.nearpod.com
    Devan Edgerton says:
    Teachers can create lessons, and engage and assess students all through the Nearpod slide deck program. Nearpod allows teachers to instantly share their screens with students and engage them with questions and drawing activities. This article demonstrates how Nearpod can be used to improve classroom interactions.
  • Devan Edgerton says:
    This article explores the way different subject area teachers already utilize Pear Deck in this classroom and gives great insight as to new ways you can incorporate it into your classroom!
  • PearDeck
    PearDeck

    Three Ways to Rock Your Evaluation with Pear Deck: A Cautionary Tale

    5 minute read
    Devan Edgerton says:
    Pear Deck is a slide deck presentation program that has unique engagement opportunities for your students throughout the presentation. Students can engage in draggables, short answer, multiple choice, and drawing. All of these responses can be seen in real time for easy teacher intervention. This article gives you a teacher's perspective on how to use this tool to help educators during an evaluation due to the interactive features of Pear Deck.
  • Devan Edgerton says:
    In this article you can learn the answers to many of the questions you may have as you start to setup Annotate.net for your classroom. You also can find support if you run across integration issues.
  • Devan Edgerton says:
    Annotate.net is a slide deck presenting tool that utilizes drawing, short answer, multiple choice and T/F for student engagement. Students also have their own dashboard where they can review previous sessions and they can send live feedback to the teacher. This video gives a quick start guide to utilizing Annotate.net.