How many slides have your students produced – whether it be in Google Slides or Microsoft’s PowerPoint – where there has been little, or no, thought given to the design of the slides? This blog will look at four sites designed to easily solve this problem for you.
Tag: Microsoft PowerPoint
We are often asked how teachers can encourage student agency using digital tools. Here’s an example of one way you can build a task that allows for student choice and differentiation within the activities provided.
In this post, we’ll show you how to use the Online Images search tool and three Office Add-ins to find thousands of free images without having to leave Microsoft Word or PowerPoint.
We want our students to be creating, not simply consuming content. This blog post offers three ideas for how to share objects that have been created in Paint 3D.
Microsoft Paint 3D is a user-friendly tool that helps you and your students create unique objects in 3D. It will allow them to explore their creative ideas and develop spatial literacy.
Microsoft Sway is a great alternative to PowerPoint. Your students can use Sway to present ideas, synthesise their thoughts and more. Here’s how.