Present with Ease Using Logitech’s Spotlight Presentation Remote
This is a sponsored post provided by Logitech.
This year, I am teaching entirely online to my students and I have been looking for tech tools to make teaching online smoother. This Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remote has been incredible for presenting direct instruction over Google Meets. This remote charges in less than one minute and connects to my computer using Bluetooth. Being able to seamlessly navigate through my PowerPoint notes slides has been a huge help teaching online. I’m also excited to be able to use this tool in my classroom. In the past, I always had to stay near my laptop to navigate the PowerPoint; however, now with this Spotlight remote I will be able to circulate around my classroom as I’m teaching.
The Spotlight presentation remote is a whole new standard in presentation control. You can navigate slides around the room from up to 100 feet away. I also love the advanced pointer that allows me to Highlight, Magnify, or pinpoint areas of focus with a Digital Laser while I am teaching. The effects are visible to students in-person and via video conference. Spotlight has a motion-sensor so no need to break your flow and go anywhere near a mouse or laptop. Spotlight connects instantly via USB receiver or using Bluetooth. As a teacher of seven class periods, I also love that I can create timed slides to keep me on track with time management. The Spotlight remote receives vibration alerts directly to remind you when you need to move on during the presentation. You can check out Logitech’s Teach From Home resource page to see all of their incredible resources for teachers.
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