An app for creating, editing, and presenting interactive slideshows, built with tools meant specifically to meet the needs of programming teachers.
Unlike traditional presentation tools like PowerPoint or KeyNote that rely on projecting a slide show on a pull-down screen, SlideStack presentations can be viewed directly in the browser, with real-time updating as the teacher advances through slides.
By allowing students to ask questions or simply communicate their confusion directly from the presentation, SlideStack gives teachers a better gauge of their audience's understanding so that they can adjust their presentation accordingly.
Embeddable editors let presenters and students write, run, and communicate their code in real-time directly from inside the presentation. This gives teachers the ability to include programming examples that students can interact with from their own browser.
Project Members: Conner Greene, Jon Horn, Sam Narisi, Chris Tryens