Presenting with NearPod
... 4. Students will be prompted to enter a name to join the session.
4. Students will be prompted to enter a name to join the session.
The teacher will control the pace of the lesson by advancing the slides for the whole group at one time.
(If a teacher chooses to link several individual questions together, students can progress through the linked questions portion of the presentation at their own pace)
Individual slides with opportunities to view only, answer multiple choice questions, paragraph text response, drawing and/or highlighting, or respond to a poll as designated by the teacher. Teacher View:
View only slides are the same as student view, all other slides show student responses.
**Teacher may not want to display the teacher screen since student answers will be reflected.
Presenting with NearPod
... NearPod Home Page -- Getting Started with NearPod -- Creating with NearPod -- Presenting with …
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Student-paced is a premium feature.
2. Students will use the PIN to join your NearPod. Each presentation will have a different PIN. Share your presentation via email, link or Google Classroom.
use the app or website to
to enter their name to
5. Students will be taken to the first slide of your presentation. They will not be able to advance the presentation. Only the teacher can advance the slides.
the slides, sees how many
the session, sees the PIN
eResources for CMCSS
eResources for CMCSS are provided at the district level. With information today changing at such a …
eResources for CMCSS are provided at the district level. With information today changing at such a rapid pace it is very important that our student have access and be able to locate valid and reliable resources. Many times a textbook or other print material is out of date when it arrives. More and more we look to the internet for current information. BUT everything on the internet is not factual. Anyone can post anything to the internet. We have a responsibility to see that all students are good consumers of this wealth of knowledge. Here provide the following databases, electronic