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Old 06-14-2020, 12:10 PM
 
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was just watching a video for a class i'm taking (too late to ask teacher now since i procrastinated) and instructor said that you could have students share their screen during a Meet. she did not explain how that worked (i know how to share MINE)--i thought kids didn't have that capability.

i searched online for info but couldn't find anything.

do they have that right? is it just like how i do it? (i have had co-teachers share their screen while in MY Meet, but i thought that was just a right an adult had)


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Old 06-14-2020, 01:10 PM
 
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Yes, students can present in Meet. Unlike Zoom you donít have to allow it.
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huh. thanks! i wish that i had tried that when school was in...(actually a kid did ask about it--not sharing work or anything important, and i said he didn't have those rights.) oops!
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Iíve used it in one on one sessions. The mom actually logged the kid in on two different devices. I could see everything he was doing on his screen, and I could monitor his behavior at the same time. It was fantastic! He was a little less thrilled with the set up.
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I found it really helpful with one on one sessions because they could share a project or I could watch them try to sign into a website or app and often catch the problem with why they werenít getting in.


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