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Easily enable students to exchange video messages with you and each other in a secure environment
It can be difficult to tell if students are engaged in the exciting lessons you have for them. When I get questions like, “what are we supposed to do?” I start to think “are they looking at the emails, etc. that direct them on what to do?”
Thanks to a tip from Stephen Romary, Google Chat is a great way to connect and stay in touch with students. You can use Google Chat on your
This post serves as thoughts and ideas for working virtually with students. I will update it as we go through the process and learn more along the way.
Need to get the most recent email list for your students and parents? See K. Arintra’s tips below for pulling that information from PowerSchool Pro 1. First, log in to our Powerteacher Pro. Go to Class on the left-hand side menu, then select Email Class 2. Next, select […]
Slack is a phenomenal chat program that allows for an organized and super friendly communications structure. I have used it for years and it is perfect for groups working from home. Simply put, it rocks.
All students and staff have a Google meet account. Up to 25 students can join a Google Meet.
All students and staff have a YouTube account and live streaming is a great way to present material in a lecture type format. There is a chat room, but you likely won’t find it helpful for communication as you are busy presenting.