How to do it: Get started with your presentation using Pear Deck.Start up your video conversation right now (Google Hangouts, Skype, etc).Make sure the volume is turned up on your microphone so that your distant pupils can hear you.It might be beneficial for those pupils to silence their mics in order to reduce the amount of feedback and delays.Launch the projector view in a different window, and be sure that just this screen is shared with the group.
How can Pear Deck help remote students?
This is a tremendously handy tool for students who are utilizing Pear Deck in student-paced mode, which is the case when they are studying remotely from a distance. We listened to what the teachers had to say, and now your kids may do the same thing!
What is the Pear Deck add-on?
It is a method for transforming the slides of your presentation into activities that the students may participate in. (It is also an excellent tool for use with educators participating in professional development!) Pear Deck makes it really simple to get started, even if you’re already familiar with Google Slides. An add-on for Google Slides has been developed by Pear Deck.
How do I join a Pear Deck session?
You will get the knowledge necessary to attend a Pear Deck session by watching this video.It is not necessary for you to have a Pear Deck account in order to participate in a session; but, if your instructor needs it, you will be required to have a Google or Microsoft Office 365 account in order to participate in a Pear Deck Session.The way in which you respond to questions in a Pear Deck is significantly altered depending on the type of device you’re using.
Can my students listen to the audio in Pear Deck?
This is a particularly beneficial tool for students who are utilizing Pear Deck in student-paced mode, which is the case when they are studying remotely through Pear Deck. We listened to what the teachers had to say, and now your kids may do the same thing! #PearDeck Student-View Slides now have audio embedded in them!