How to make Zoom or Google Meet lessons more interactive and engaging? What are the best teaching apps for Google Meet and Zoom? This video tutorial, will make suggestions about best apps for teachers and how to enhance students engagement and interaction.
It looks like we've become quite familiar with using Zoom / Google Meet to deliver lessons to students. However, most often than not, online lessons look more like lectures than actual student-centered lesson.
I think it's time we make a shift towards more interactive and engaging online lessons. In this video, I suggest a few simple steps that you can take to add more dynamic activities into your lessons so learners stay engaged and interested.
Helpful Links: Best Apps for Teachers in 2020: https://youtu.be/vTDh-h7Xti4
Teaching Apps That Work: https://youtu.be/1gSjx0SkfzE
Core Apps for Distance Learning - Your Overwhelm Stops Here: https://youtu.be/A5-WVe3lTo0
Monsters and Dinosaurs PowerPoints game: https://bit.ly/monsters_and_dinosaurs
More PowerPoint games from me: https://youtu.be/Mddv6MhmvK4
Table of Contents: Intro 0:00 Wooclap 0:45 Online Stopwatch 2:34 NoHands 4:02 Quizizz 6:40 PowerPoints Games 8:11 Outro 11:04 Soundtrack: Back and Forth by Lane King
Soundtrack: Back and forth by lane king
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