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Turn Your Google Slides into Two-Way Conversation - SXSW EDU 2019

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For decades, classrooms have been dominated by one-way presentations. But in today’s world of unprecedented access to information, passive content broadcasts will most likely fall flat. By ditching traditional linear slides, conversational presenting allows you to focus on the most burning areas and maximize the learning for your class. During the session, you’ll learn how to use Slido to turn your Google Slides presentation into two-way conversation with your students at the center of it.

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Turn Your Google Slides into Two-Way Conversation - SXSW EDU 2019

  1. 1. Turn Your Google Slides into Two-Way Conversation. Juraj Pal, Head of Strategic Partnerships
  2. 2. Give voice to everyone.
  3. 3. Using one word, describe a session that made an impact on you. slido.com | #SXSWEDU @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  4. 4. What does a usual session look like? slido.com | #SXSWEDU @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  5. 5. 55-min lecture. 5-min Q&A.
  6. 6. We’re all kids at heart. We need to be continuously engaged.
  7. 7. What you will experience today. Experience conversational techniques. Discover interactive formats. @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  8. 8. 1. How NYU increased class participation with polling 2. The power of anonymous Q&A at Stanford 3. Getting instant feedback on your session @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  9. 9. Which examples do you want to hear about today? slido.com | #SXSWEDU @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  10. 10. How NYU increased class participation with polling. Check students’ understanding throughout the class with live polls @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  11. 11. ● Introduce interaction points every 10-15 minutes ● Comment on the results ● Address any unclear questions from your students early on ● Use the ‘Correct Answer’ feature to create a quiz-like experience @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  12. 12. Is this format applicable to your classes? slido.com | #SXSWEDU @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  13. 13. The power of anonymous Q&A at Stanford. Create a safe environment to pose questions about sensitive topics @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  14. 14. @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  15. 15. ● Collect questions before the session ● Appoint a moderator to lead the conversation ● Take the questions from the floor ● Address any outstanding questions in writing @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  16. 16. Getting instant feedback on your session. Start a dialogue with your class. @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  17. 17. ● Create a simple survey to find out what went well and what areas could be improved ● Boost the response rate by asking for feedback while the participants are still in the room ● Run the survey on a regular basis and track the progress over time @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  18. 18. Is this format applicable to your classes? slido.com | #SXSWEDU @jurajpal | @slidoapp
  19. 19. How we designed the interaction 1. Interactive opening 2. Selection poll 3. Feedback poll + Catchbox 4. Q&A
  20. 20. Looking for more inspiration? blog.sli.do www.slido.com Visit us at booth 738

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