Clever Ways to Engage Students Using Meet or Zoom During Remote or Hybrid Learning
Episode #66: Clever Ways to Engage Students Using Google Meet or Zoom During Remote or Hybrid Learning
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Welcome back to GotTechED the podcast this is episode 66 called “Clever Ways to Engage Students Using Meet or Zoom during Remote or Hybrid Learning”. In this episode, we’ll take a deep dive into the world of virtual classrooms as we analyze the awesome features that they have available to you. Then we’ll share some of our own creative ideas for engaging virtual lessons that will keep your students focused and active. This is one episode you don’t want to miss. Check it out.
Nick - Reenact a moment in history with a virtual background of that place or event. Possible in meet too
Guise - Steal a Google Slides game template and host a virtual game show. Some great ones at slidesmania.com
Nick - Flippity.net BINGO tool - you create what goes in each square, you read the clues, students fill out a digital game card. You can send out the digital cards via link or QR code. When it’s over, have them share their screen and review their answers to see who wins!
Guise - Screencasting with PowerPoint as the background
Nick: Guise and I started an educational consulting company with friend of the show Kyle Niemis
Wednesday nights at 8:30 PM EDT check out our YouTube series called Flipped Flops at treefishedu.com/virtualpd
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