As you and your students prepare to start the spring semester, does the ever-changing COVID-19 situation have you rethinking a return to in-person learning? Perhaps you are revisiting a hybrid model or offering online learning options. If so, you’re not alone — many schools and universities have announced they will be starting the year remotely.
For those who are headed back to the classroom, virtual learning will likely still remain part of the plan when students or educators can’t attend in person for whatever reason, from COVID-related quarantines to inclement weather.
We know that pivoting back to remote learning may feel like a setback for educators, administrators, and students who want to be on campus together. However, we at Zoom have been listening carefully to the education community and introduced several new features over the past year to help make the transition to remote learning easier and more engaging.
Read on for a look at how to use these Zoom features in your virtual classroom.