Resource Review: Google Jamboard Remote Teaching video
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Goal to demonstrate: How to create interactive remote lessons
Technology used: Google Jamboard.
Duration 12 minutes.
Comments: Over 1200 at time of review. Include additional problem solving notes.
Views + 1 million since June 2020. 33k likes <300 dislikes.
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You mentioned in the video you wished there was a way to lock the features to your jamboard. You can create the jamboard and save it as a picture. Then make a new jamboard, insert the picture you created, resize as needed and add new features on top of the picture. That way students won’t be able to make changes to the content.
Learn how to use Google Jamboard, an online interactive whiteboard, for remote teaching.
In this week’s education technology tutorial, edtech enthusiast Sam Kary shows different ideas for how to create interactive remote lessons using Google Jamboard.
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Google Jamboard can be used for synchronous or asynchronous remote teaching, and of course can be a useful tool for promoting interactivity in the classroom as well.
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