Embedding into a Google Slide

sryan shared this idea 1 year ago
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I use google slides in my classroom a lot. I give students copies of my slides, wanting them to answer questions in text boxes. Now that I'm teaching geometry with geogebra, I'd love to embed a geogebra applet onto the slides so my students and perform things like transformations and save their results. Then once they submit their copy of their sides, I can evaluate it and see their work.

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this would be a fantastic idea, especially with most lectures and assignments I have been seeing utilizing slides.

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I would also really appreciate this feature!

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Being able to interact with an geogebra applet from a presentation tool like Gslides would be a major improvement

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I recently learned about reveal.js, which basically creates webpages as slides. Then it is easy to embed a GeoGebra app as an iframe. There may be a learning curve and if you are scared of html code, it may not be for you, but for me it is something I will consider using as my main presentation platform.

If you are interested, check out the demo here.

BTW: I am not affiliated with them in any way. I just came across it a few days ago and it allows me to solve a number of problems I had in the past with presentation software.

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Fantastic idea. Hope this will be realized soon. It will be very useful for online learning.

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Thanks, that's a great reference. But I mean, it would be very interesting if we could embed the geogebra resources (an applet) that we created earlier into the slide so that it became more interactive for student.

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Has the ability to embed an Applet into Slides been made yet?

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