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Old 06-26-2020, 11:20 AM
 
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Is there an online video platform similar to Zoom where the person running the video class, the teacher, can see all the students on their screen but the students can only see the teacher? I'm thinking it would be really helpful and offer some privacy for the students and their families.

What I would like to be able to do is teach a lesson, say in math, so all the students can see and hear me. Then after lesson I can post a practice problem for them to do. When the students complete the problem they could hold up their answer to the camera so I can evaluate it and offer assistance to the individual or to the class if necessary. Kind of like how we use our whiteboards in class. I have a small class so it would be easier to manage the wait time.

Is something like this even possible?


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I don't know of anything, but chiming in to say that would be really neat! Could also help with distraction issues.
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I did this on Zoom and it was fine. Students held up their whiteboards and I took a picture of their work for later on. I didn't always comment right then and there - but sometimes I did. I might have asked a student to check their work or just took a picture.

Have you used breakout rooms in Zoom? They are extremely helpful for math.
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I have only used Zoom for virtual happy hour with my siblings back in March and April. We were not allowed to do video lessons or meetings for school so I have no real experience using these platforms. I'm afraid we are going to learn very quickly when school starts again and our district admins are not even discussing or meeting about back to school plans until August. I'm just trying to get some ideas and information. I really, really hate being behind and uninformed.

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I love your suggestions all41


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Hopefully the smart people who develop these online meeting technologies see this and develop it quickly!
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