If you have a specific format you like to use for meetings or class assignments, you can create a template that anyone at your school can use.
For example, if there’s a monthly faculty meeting which showcases a few best practices, you could create a standard presentation that follows the usual format. You could do the same for a class “show and tell” presentation, where some of same information being shared. Students could then copy and customize the presentation with their information.
In addition, you could use presentation templates to standardize class presentations for projects. Templates can include instructional information as well as placeholders, but those who use the template still have the ability to customize it with themes and other objects.