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Make a template an example as well

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  • STEPHANIE HOLTMAN

    YES!!!! It is so much work to have to assign the activity so Sample Student, screen cast myself completing the activity as sample student, then go back and edit the activity to add my screencast into the example. Why can't the template just be one of the options for creating the example?

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  • ELIZABETH HARTUNG

    This feature is especially important as kids are learning in a virtual environment and many need to have a video explanation of how to access each part of the activity and complete the work. This would be particularly helpful for teachers of English Learners to allow us to model the activity along with the oral instructions.  

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  • Beth Fair

    I'm an ESL teacher and would love this feature! I need to create the template twice to make a student example.  It should be added as a feature.

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  • Miss Skelly

    Yes please!!!  This would save so much time!

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  • MARYBETH KRUG

    YES! I know the template can be the example but why couldn't you pick a slide to be your example? 

    This would save lots of time. I see beginners create their template in the example only to have to build it again. Super frustrating,  I did it once and was totally frustrated that I had to recreate it in my template. Hard lesson.

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  • Kathleen Arends

    Sometimes teachers accidentally create a template under the multimedia example, and then realize it should be in the student template instead.  Could you please develop an easy way to copy the content to the other section of the activity?

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  • Kathleen Arends

    Sometimes teachers accidentally create a template under the multimedia example, and then realize it should be in the student template instead.  Could you please develop an easy way to copy the content to the other section of the activity?

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  • Mrs. Del Vechio

    I just came here looking for a solution to this problem. I've done it a few times and it is so frustrating to do all that work for nothing!

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