Students can utilize this program to work collaboratively on PowerPoint presentations at school and at home .
SlideShare is a great place for teachers to upload class notes so that students may access them from home.
SlideShare is also a valuable tool because it allows for students to maintain a portfolio of work to self assess their progress throughout the year.
SlideShare can be utilized to provide students with extra credit. You can assign students a research topic and have them upload a presentation onto the website. This will eliminate a lot of the extra work that goes into grading research papers.
Andrew at the Castle at the Top of the Cliffs The Cliffs of Moare Rich and Lauren Overlooking the Cliffs
Students can create photo montages to add to their presentations. They can depict field trips or add pictures to reports or research presentations.
Our Field Trip to the Cliffs of Moare In Ireland 2008
Students can add comments to slides and presentations created by other classmates or teachers. This is a great way for students to edit each other’s work.
Example: Char, I thought your photos from your field trip on this slide helped me to visualize what you described about the Cliffs of Moare. It looks like you all had fun!
Students can enhance their presentations by embedding videos. This is an excellent way for them to supplement and personalize the text of their presentations.
Example: Video I took at Ellis Island for this History Presentation. Ellis Island Video
Teachers can share presentations that they have obtained from educational conferences with colleagues now that many presenters allow teachers to access them after attending the conferences.
Teachers can also email colleagues presentations that they have reviewed on the SlideShare website that they feel is worth sharing.
Teachers can upload their own presentations to SlideShare that they want to share with colleagues or share at a meeting or conference in which they are the presenters.