The presenter notes in Google Slides allows for the teacher to keep track of important information to include in the presentation. These notes can be quick, bullet points to spark ideas while you’re presenting. It can also be helpful if multiple teachers are presenting together, as it can indicate who is saying what. You can also share your notes with students, which can help students hold onto important information and add their own notes later on. Notes keep all of your ideas organized and attached to specific slides which helps with future presentations as well.
The Q+A feature in Google Slides is useful during the presentation. Students can engage with the material in real time. They can ask questions as they come up without necessarily interrupting the flow of the presentation. Then, the teacher can see those questions and answer when appropriate. Students can also ask questions anonymously which will appeal to some students, especially those who are not as comfortable with raising their hands.