Yes! There are a few ways we would suggest students work on a presentation together remotely:
- Encourage students to work through the creation and editing of a presentation deck together. Have one student create a Google Slides presentation and share it with their classmate(s) through email or a shareable link. They can both add, remove, and edit the content in the presentation, and leave comments for one another. They can also jump on a Google Meet chat and have one person share their screen to walk through the creation and iteration of their slides together.
- Once the presentation is complete, students can be on the Google Meet call together, presenting their screen, when they use the Submit assignment to capture their screen and narrate through their work. Or, you could have each student submit their own presentations using the shared slides, with each student walking through their individual contributions to the group presentation using the Screencastify Submit assignment to narrate through the slides.
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