Some quick (and zainy) tips for a great in-class experience using Zoom!
Check your audio before class...it only takes a few moments in Zoom!
Because life happens. You just never know.
Sometimes we are traveling and need to find the best place to plant ourselves for class. This will help you find a place with great wireless speed...or help you figure out if you need to hard wire your computer!
Because sometimes we need to see things a little differently!
When you want to share screens and share your work, images, websites, videos, etc.
And then sometimes, you DON'T want to share your desktop. Just the document.
A how-to so you can create a draft reading list to guide your learning!
Let's say you are in class and there is a heated discussion regarding one group's chart outlining strategies for difficult conversations with peers. You want to look closely at the screen with the chart, not just the screen of the colleague who is currently talking. So how do you make that happen? You can pin the screen of the chart! See the video above for directions. Happy pinning!
Zoom has a great chat box function for our classes, but you need to choose who is going to see your messages.
Sometimes we all need to turn off our video camera and help with a kid issue...how to do this (turn off the camera-I don't know if we can help with the kid issue).
Is there an engaging conversation in class you want to jump in? Raise your hand! Watch the video to learn now.
We often have an abundance of books and resources shared in class. Here's one way to keep track of books you'd like to read, find great resources from your colleagues, and share books you've read! https://www.goodreads.com/