This website from Making Tech Simple is laid out in web-page format and simple to read. I appreciate how the guide leads me through the steps I needed to set-up my very own Nearpod account, create and upload a presentation, add interactive features, perform a test run and collect data from Nearpod’s amazing report feature. This website is also great for quick reference if you get stuck or need to look up how to complete a task in Nearpod.
Nearpod is an award-winning education technology company focused on developing digital learning tools, virtual reality and interactive content across all devices. Nearpod provides teachers with an easy and efficient way to leverage technology in the classroom. Teachers can choose from thousands of K-12, ready-to-teach lessons across all subjects.
Are you ready to take Nearpod to the next level? This interactive self-paced 30-minute course covers how to use “on-the-fly” assessment techniques, differentiate your instruction and combine a series of interactive activities. Also, you’ll learn about one of my favorite Nearpod features - homework mode – which allows you to flip your classroom. The engaging lesson guides you through real-practice activities using your own Nearpod account.
I have yet to come across a better resource to learn how to use Nearpod than this self-paced 20-30 minute course…Why? Because this tutorial actually uses the Nearpod application! The course guides you through how to sign-up and join Nearpod, download a free-or-paid lesson from their growing lesson database, create your own interactive lesson, go-live with your lesson and analyze student reports. Get started with Nearpod today and gain insight into your students’ learning!
The first step to using Nearpod is visiting the site and signing up. The free version works great and will get you on your way! Here you’ll be able to select from a library of presentations or create your own. You can include videos, audio, images, PDF files, PowerPoint slide decks, polls, and quizzes. Have your students log-in to your presentation with a code and you can either control their experience or let them work at their own pace.