When teaching online, you may want to use a handout that you would typically give each student as a hard-copy. Google Slides is known for creating compelling presentations, but it can also create interactive documents. By saving the image as a background to the slide master, it is more difficult for students to move or delete the image on the slide. You can easily share the digital worksheet/workbook in Google Classroom as “make a copy for each student.” Let’s get started!First, save the handout as an =&0=& on your computer. If it is a PDF, you will need to take a =&1=& of the file. By doing so, it will convert the PDF to an image file and save it to your desktop.
- Mac: Press Shift + Command + 4, then click and drag to set your selection. Chromebook: Ctrl + Shift + , then click and drag to set your selection.
- Windows 10: Use the built-in Snipping Tool