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Your Date with Slate - Sliding Screen Tool
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Hi <<First Name>>,
 
There are lots of nifty little tools within Slate that can make things easier in the classroom. One of those tools is the Sliding Screen. This enables you to cover up sections of the screen you may wish to hide in order to keep focus on one part of the lesson. This tool can be used on any resource page within Slate.

In the Student Journal page image below, you can see that part of the Step In discussion have been hidden in order to give more focus to the Step Up activity.   
To use this tool, simply move your mouse to the edge of the lesson page until an arrow appears for you to drag. You can move the slider in from left, right, top or bottom.

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please submit via the send feedback button under the support tab within Slate.

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