Many instructors are used to presenting slides using the LSA classroom podium computers. With the podium computer, you can use Presenter View to show the students your slides on the projector screen while seeing your notes and presenter controls on the podium computer screen. This works only because the podium computers have two screens available: the projector and the podium screen.
Using Presenter View is not possible when you use a single screen -- for example your laptop -- to present your slides over Zoom or another video-conferencing tool. When you only have one screen to share, then the students will see the same presenter view (with notes) that you do!
In order to use a single screen to show students your slides while having notes and controls visible to you alone, you need to have to separate windows open on your laptop -- one for the slides alone, and one for your notes.
Below are brief video tutorials on how to do this. The steps are slightly different depending on whether you use a Mac or PC, on whether you use Zoom or Bluejeans, and on whether you use Google Slides or Powerpoint. There are separate tutorials for each of these possibilities.